Trials On Demand

For decades, Court TV was the home of high-profile trial coverage, including the infamous cases of O.J. Simpson, the Menendez brothers and Casey Anthony. Continuing that legacy, the Court TV is making many of these legendary trials available in their entirety, offering you a unique opportunity to revisit some of history’s most compelling cases. Plus, our most recent trials will also be available to stream, soon after the verdict is rendered.

  • COURT TV IS YOUR FRONT ROW SEAT TO JUSTICE.     Coverage continues in West Virginia v. Vandergriff. Mr. Vandergriff is facing life in prison after he allegedly struck and killed a 38-year-old father trying to protect children on a school bus.      Now available in Court TV’s Trials On Demand: Ohio v. Yazeed Essa. Dr. Essa was on trial for allegedly poisoning his wife, Rosemarie, with cyanide, resulting in her death. Essa fled the country when he became a suspect, ensuing an international manhunt.

Trials On Demand

OHIO v. YAZEED ESSA (2010)

Dr. Yazeed Essa is on trial for allegedly poisoning his wife, Rosemarie Essa, with cyanide, resulting in her death in 2005. Essa fled the country when he became a suspect, ensuing an international manhunt.

ARIZONA v. JODI ARIAS (2013)

Did she murder her ex-boyfriend or was it self-defense?

CALIFORNIA v. KELLEN WINSLOW II (2019)

Is the NFL Star guilty of multiple sex crimes?

GEORGIA v. CHRISTOPHER MCNABB & CORTNEY BELL (2019)

Were these parents responsible for the death of their two-week-old baby?

FLORIDA v. DALIA DIPPOLITO (2011)

Did she hire a hitman to kill her husband?

FLORIDA v. O.J. SIMPSON (2001)

Was this a major case of road rage?

FLORIDA v. TOMMY CARLTON (2011)

Did this bitter custody battle end with a hitman?

BILL COSBY v. RICHARD CORKERY (1994)

Was Bill Cosby guilty of assaulting paparazzi?

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