Part 1 of 2. A 71-year-old is charged with murdering a fellow resident at an assisted-living facility. The D.A.'s office prepares to try this as a standard murder case, while public defenders work to piece together what occurred.
Conclusion. The public defenders in the retrial of a gang member accused of firing a stray bullet that killed a 9-year-old girl investigate whether a left-handed man can effectively fire a pistol with his right hand. Later, the case goes to the jury.
Part 1 of 2. A gang member who was found guilty of firing a stray bullet that killed a 9-year-old girl is granted a new trial. As the trial proceeds, some of the witnesses for the prosecution present unexpected opportunities for the defense.
Part 1 of 2. Chronicling the penalty hearing for a teen convicted of murder. The district attorney seeks the death penalty, while defense attorneys try to persuade the jury to consider mitigating circumstances.