In 2012, the Supreme Court's Miller v. Alabama verdict found that almost all juvenile offenders deserve a chance at release and must be resentenced.
A Philadelphia woman's parents have fought for 11 years to change their daughter's cause of death from suicide to homicide.
In 2017, the investigation of a missing 20-year-old Indigenous woman from the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana stalled, which resulted in it remaining unsolved today.
Was a dead woman found in Norway in 1970 a spy, a member of an international criminal organization or did she suffer from a mental illness?
Forensic psychologist, Dr. Katherine Ramsland, tells A&E True Crime about her over a decade-long correspondence with BTK and how she got into the mind of the prolific serial killer.
A&E True Crime investigates attempts made by death-row inmates to donate their organs posthumously.
Since his arrest in 1980, the killer also known as the 'Times Square Torso Ripper' has spent his days at the New Jersey State Prison, where he has since confessed to additional murders.
On April 1, 1984, after years of a tumultuous relationship, legendary soul singer, Marvin Gaye, was shot twice and killed by his father, Marvin Gay Sr.
The non-profit Texas EquuSearch, which helps find missing persons, has sparked a renewed effort to find the remains of possible additional victims of the ‘Candy Man’ serial killer.
In January 1977, Gary Gilmore gained international attention for his choice to die by firing squad after being sentenced to death for the murder of two young Mormon men.