A man reveals his crush to a straight friend on "The Jenny Jones Show." Days later a murder occurs, leading to questions about the show's culpability.
Bernard Goetz shoots four black teenagers on a New York City subway in 1984. His claim of self-defense sets off a controversial, tabloid-fueled trial.
After four white NYPD officers shoot the unarmed Amadou Diallo 41 times, defense lawyers press for a change of venue as racial tensions escalate.
Charged with fraud and money laundering, HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy mounts an outlandish defense and resorts to co-hosting a religious talk show.
After a woman is raped on a bar's pool table, the trial is televised live on CNN, revealing the woman's identity and the brutal cross-examination.
When Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich finds himself facing a corruption trial, he tries to embrace the media and even goes on "Celebrity Apprentice."