The prosecuting attorney offers Sarah Pearce a deal.
Sarah Pearce makes a decision, and several people involved, including Linda LeBrane, have their say about the result.
Anita Brown has a meeting that changes the direction of her investigation.
Two years after the attack, a break in the case leads to arrests.
A former detective reveals his belief in Sarah's innocence.
Four people are convicted, including Sarah Pearce, whose mother, Anita Brown, joins forces with Idaho Innocence Project volunteer Ginny Hatch to re-investigate the case.
A family comes forward with a stunning story about the night of the attack on Linda LeBrane.
A new prosecutor takes a new look at the case against Sarah Pearce.
Ginny Hatch finds a key witness, who recants his testimony about Sarah Pearce.
During a late night drive through rural Idaho, Linda LeBrane endures a brutal attack, but survives.
Linda LeBrane talks about her life today and her plans for the future.
Detectives search for the four suspects described by the victim.
Sarah Pearce shares more about her life in prison, her release, and life after 12 years behind bars.
An explaination of England's attempts to regulate colonial trade by passing the Navigation Acts which include adding new taxes and controlling seaports. Americans are angered by the legislation even though it helps stimulate the economy.
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