For as long as they could remember, friends and family of Irene Garza had hoped and prayed that one day former priest John Feit would face justice for Irene's murder. But they never expected it would take 57 years. Richard Schlesinger reports.
Raynella Leath was called "The Black Widow" for allegedly killing her two husbands. So far, she had only been tried for killing husband #2, David Leath. Now, at her third trial for his murder, it was the judge who stole the show. Erin Moriarty reports.
When Virginia Vertetis shot Patrick Gilhuley, her attorney insisted it was in self-defense. Prosecutors said it was murder. To prove it, they relied on crime scene evidence, particularly the shattered glass in the front door. Erin Moriarty reports
Years after one of the worst law enforcement disasters in U.S. history, "48 Hours" looks back at Waco—and presents the untold story of one heroic couple who unwittingly played a key role in setting the conflict in motion. Peter Van Sant reports.
When Victoria Rickman reported that she had shot her boyfriend Will Carter Jr. because he had raped her, she never expected that Det. Summer Benton would investigate her case while taping the story for a true crime series. Erin Moriarty reports.
When Brazilian-born Claudia Hoerig allegedly killed her American husband Karl, she fled to Brazil to escape extradition. But Claudia did not count on the tenacity of Karl's family or one very tough Ohio DA. Erin Moriarty reports.