After the First 48

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 1 After the First 48: Blindsided / Killing Spree
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After the First 48: Blindsided / Killing Spree

Aired on Feb 12, 2009

Now that some of our strongest cases have been adjudicated, we can take viewers inside the powerful and dramatic events that unfolded after the arrest, up to and including the conviction.

 2 After The First 48: Silenced / Downstream Drifter
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After The First 48: Silenced / Downstream Drifter

Aired on Feb 26, 2009

Now that some of our strongest cases have been adjudicated, we can take viewers inside the powerful and dramatic events that unfolded after the arrest, up to and including the conviction.

Episode 3 After the First 48: Blackout
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After the First 48: Blackout

Aired on Jul 14, 2009

Dallas homicide detective Robert Arredondo was called to his first case as lead detective on in November of 2007. He arrived at the scene to find one victim, 22-year-old Brandon Brown dead from gunshot wounds. Two other young men survived, one with minor injuries, one paralyzed from the waist down. It would take Arredondo three months, but he finally tracked down his two suspects: Eric Harris in Dallas and Lorenzo Johnson in Minneapolis. Both were arrested for capital murder. Harris, considered the mastermind of the robbery/murder, was tried first–and quickly found guilty. Johnson claimed he participated in the crime under duress: he feared Harris would kill him if he didn’t help or went to the police afterward. Did the jury didn’t believe this defense?

 4 After The First 48: Ashes and Snow/Backyard Murder
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After The First 48: Ashes and Snow/Backyard Murder

Aired on Aug 18, 2009

Now that some of our strongest cases have been adjudicated, we can take viewers inside the powerful and dramatic events that unfolded after the arrest, up to and including the conviction.

Episode 5 After the First 48: Bait and Switch
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After the First 48: Bait and Switch

Aired on Dec 14, 2009

On a Sunday night in June 2007, Christian Marton and his girlfriend Monica Stafford drove two hours from Axtell, Texas to Dallas where Christian had arranged to buy a car. By the end of the evening, Christian was dead–shot in a robbery attempt. Lead Detective John Palmer and his partner, Armando Perez used both surveillance footage from a fast food restaurant and cell phone records to build a case against the man who planned the robbery. For the man who actually pulled the trigger, Palmer relied on both his fingerprint found at the scene of the crime and an id by Monica. Both men were charged with capital murder. The case went to trial in February of 2009.

Episode 6 After the First 48: Burden of Proof / Last Ride
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After the First 48: Burden of Proof / Last Ride

Aired on Apr 29, 2010

In 2007, Donald and Barbara Udics were shot in their home by a man trying to rob them. Barbara died instantly. Don was rushed to the hospital. The suspect was apprehended and identified. He was later convicted of First-Degree Murder.

Episode 7 After the First 48: Disappeared / Red Handed
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After the First 48: Disappeared / Red Handed

Aired on Jun 03, 2010

Investigators search for the evil killer of an innocent grandfather, who was looking after his grandchildren when strangers knocked on the door and shot him.

Episode 8 After The First 48: The Boogeyman
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After The First 48: The Boogeyman

Aired on Jul 15, 2010

On March 26th, 2006, homicide detectives were called to the site of a burning car. Inside were the charred remains of 22-year-old Xenia Wilson, the mother of a four-year-old daughter. Detectives Rick Duggan and Randy Laboda closed the case by arresting three suspects: Jose “”J.J.”” Verduzco, Chito Rojas and Ismael “”Boogeyman”” Moreno. Verduzco and Rojas pled guilty and agreed to testify against Moreno. The trial would take turns that surprised both defendant and prosecutor. And the case itself would have a tragic postcript.

Episode 9 After The First 48: Bail Out
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After The First 48: Bail Out

Aired on Aug 03, 2011

In Dallas, detectives investigated the shooting death of 26-year-old Daniel Barron, who was killed in the doorway of his home. Detectives soon discovered that the victim’s residence doubled as a drug den and that he was robbed. A tipster called-in and eventually six suspects were arrested and charged with capital murder. All six individuals admit involvement in the crime and point to 19-year-old Callie Marshall, mother of two, as the group’s ringleader. A year and a half later, Callie finally faces a jury of her peers. Will they see a confused girl who organized the robbery in order to bail her boyfriend out of jail in time for Christmas, or a coldblooded killer?

Episode 10 After The First 48: Letters of Intent / Family Friend
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After The First 48: Letters of Intent / Family Friend

Aired on Oct 07, 2010

In Dallas, Texas in 2007 Darell Billingsela was charged with brutally attacking and killing twenty-two-year old Jessica Lewalling in a jealous rage. Billingslea was a two-time convicted murderer out on parole. Prosecutor Jennifer Bennett was determined to make sure Billingslea would not slip through the system again. And, in February 2007, thirty-six-year old Antoine, “Tony” Hamilton was found shot dead, and left behind a vacant house. His friend, Carlos Mitchell, confessed to the crime. Prosecutor Jenni Morse thought she had a slam dunk case–until the verdict in a similar case shook her confidence in getting a conviction.

Episode 11 After The First 48: The Good Book
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After The First 48: The Good Book

Aired on Oct 14, 2010

In November 2006, Dallas detectives investigated the murder of a twenty-nine-year-old mother of four, found burned beyond recognition in her car behind a remote warehouse. Detectives soon discovered that the victim’s former boyfriend and father of her infant son, had been stalking her for months, leading up to her death. After tracking down two homeless witnesses and finding a piece of crucial evidence, police were able to charge James Bartley with capital murder. The Dallas DA’s office was responsible for bringing the case to a close. In order to do that successfully, the prosecutor and her investigator had to keep close tabs on their key homeless witnesses for years, while the cased awaited trial. When Bartley finally stood trial in 2009, the prosecution worried the jury wouldn’t believe the testimony of two homeless crack addicts and find the evidence insufficient to prove Bartley guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

Episode 12 After the First 48: Last Fare
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After the First 48: Last Fare

Aired on Oct 21, 2010

Suspects in the case of a cab driver who was robbed and murdered face their day in court.

Episode 13 After the First 48: Innocent Lost
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After the First 48: Innocent Lost

Aired on Oct 28, 2010

Now that some of our strongest cases have been adjudicated, we can take viewers inside the powerful and dramatic events that unfolded after the arrest, up to and including the conviction.

Episode 14 Gun Play / No-Tell Motel
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Gun Play / No-Tell Motel

Aired on Nov 04, 2010

Now that some of our strongest cases have been adjudicated, we can take viewers inside the powerful and dramatic events that unfolded after the arrest, up to and including the conviction.

Episode 15 After the First 48: Drama at the Classic/50G Murder
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After the First 48: Drama at the Classic/50G Murder

Aired on Nov 11, 2010
Cases involving a football game murder and a shooting at an illegal dentist office go to court.
Episode 16 After the First 48: Return to Sender/Left Behind
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After the First 48: Return to Sender/Left Behind

Aired on Oct 19, 2011

In 2008, 19-year old Mikael Hudson was shot in Texas, two suspects were arrest. In 2005, Virginia Rodriguez was murdered, and her husband was caught and extradited to the US, but Prosecutor Treena Kay had concerns about getting a conviction.

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