A report on a woman who was acquitted in the 1992 killing of her husband in Florida, but was charged with the attempted murder of her son in 2011 after he was shot in the neck—with the same gun—in Nevada.
The 1998 death of Ronda Reynolds in Toledo, Wash., is investigated to determine whether it was a suicide or a murder. Author Ann Rule, who wrote a book ("In the Still of the Night") on the case, is interviewed.
The 2007 shooting death of Jocelyn Earnest, who was found in her Virginia home with a gun and a suicide note, is investigated. Her husband, Wesley, an assistant high-school principal, is a chief suspect in the case.