COURT TV PODCAST
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We dive into the real-life deceptions, betrayals and murders that lead to justice in the courtroom. If you love geeking-out on trials and crime, you’ve landed on the perfect spot.
Divorce wasn’t enough to end the animosity between James and Linda Cooney. The bitterness continued until Linda shot James dead with a .357 Magnum. (Episode... More
University of South Carolina student Shelton Sanders disappeared while planning a friend's bachelor party and he was never seen again. (Episode 182) More
David Coffin's home burned down with him inside, but it wasn’t the fire that killed him; it was a gunshot to his head. Tamron Hall... More
Get a closer look at the case that sparked outrage across the country when off-duty Dallas police officer Amber Guyger shot Botham Jean. (Episode 180) More
In 1998, vampire-obsessed teenager Rod Ferrell pleaded guilty to two counts of felony murder in the brutal killing of a Florida couple. This left just... More
Scott Falater was accused of stabbing his wife 44 times then drowning her in their pool, but claimed he had no memory of it because... More
Court TV's Vinnie Politan and Chanley Painter walk you through the verdict in the Alex Murdaugh trial that came in just under three hours. (Episode... More
Dr. Jack Kevorkian helped over one hundred and thirty terminally ill patients die a pain-free death. Was it murder or a patient's right? (Episode 176) More
Vinnie Politan dives into Buster Murdaugh's testimony, a South Carolina drug gang’s possible involvement, and Alex and Maggie's relationship. More
Ashleigh Banfield covers the case of Scott Amendure who declared his love to Jonathan Schmitz on the Jenny Jones Show only to be killed by... More
Host Vinnie Politan dives deeper into this bizarre web of allegations as Court TV’s Chanley Painter joins him from Walterboro, South Carolina. (Episode 173) More
This week’s episode tells the story of these two feuding twins with an episode of the original series Judgment with Ashleigh Banfield. (Episode 172) More
Bardo’s lawyers claim his mental illness caused him to snap, but will the evidence prove otherwise? Ashleigh Banfield takes a closer look. (Episode 171) More
Ashleigh Banfield dives deeper into the case real life subject of the 2003 film, "Monster", serial killer Aileen Wuornos. (Episode 170) More
Mark Jensen was convicted of murdering his wife in 2008. With the overturning of that ruling, Ashleigh Banfield examines the original trial. (Episode 169) More
Ashleigh Banfield takes a closer look at the infamous Manson Family parole hearings once California abolished it's death penalty. (Episode 168) More
Court TV’s Chanley Painter, who was on the ground in Moscow, Idaho, joins host Vinnie Politan to dive deeper into this tragic story. (Episode 167) More
Physician Conrad Murray was charged with the death of Michael Jackson. Ashleigh Banfield takes a deeper look at that judgment. (Episode 166) More
Betty Broderick was a socialite who appeared to live the perfect life until a public divorce and double homicide. Ashleigh Banfield discusses. (Episode 165) More
No one knows why actress Lana Clarkson decided to go to Phil Spector's home for a nightcap, but she was dead by the end of... More