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Il processoIl processo
Canale 5, 2019 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Crime, Thriller
Rating: 5/5

Set in Mantua, the fiction tells the lives of a group of characters who gravitate around a single event, the brutal murder of seventeen-year-old Angelica. The case is assigned to PM Elena Guerra, who discovers that she is inextricably linked to the victim. The trial can change her life, that of the rampant lawyer Ruggero Barone and that of the defendant, who proclaims herself innocent, Linda Monaco.


Wrong ManWrong Man
Starz, 2018 On Hiatus | Crime, Documentary
Rating: 4.5/5

Wrong Man dives deep into the investigations that led to the conviction of three people who claim their innocence. It's estimated that 1 in 25 prisoners in the U.S. are convicted for crimes they did not commit. With more than 2 million people in prison, that means a staggering 94,300 innocent people may be behind bars.


The 12th VictimThe 12th Victim
Showtime, 2023 Running | Crime, Documentary | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

The 12th Victim, a four-part docuseries that sheds new light on the infamous 1958 Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate murder case, in which the teenage couple was charged and convicted of brutally killing 11 victims at random. Told through a stylistic blend of archival and recreated footage and countless film and television series inspired by the killings, The 12th Victim reexamines Fugate's guilty verdict, who was 14 years old at the time of the killings, through a modern lens, questioning the media and judicial system's treatment of her despite her self-proclaimed innocence.


Moment of Truth (2021)Moment of Truth (2021)
IMDb TV, 2021 Cancelled/Ended | Crime, Documentary, Mini-Series

Moment of Truth, tells the never-before-seen story behind the murder of Michael Jordan's father, James Jordan, as well as the rampant corruption in a rural North Carolina county, where two teenagers, Larry Demery and Daniel Green, were charged and convicted of the crime. The docu-series examines the initial case through the current re-trial attempt by Daniel Green, who maintains his innocence.


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