American Justice (TV Series 1992– ) Poster

(1992– )

Episode List

 OR 

1999

14 Oct. 1999
The Sinatra Kidnapping
Know what this is about?
Be the first one to add a plot.
 
15 Sep. 1999
A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story
The story of Elizabeth Anne Broderick is profiled. On November 5, 1989 a depressed and distraught Betty Broderick shot and killed her ex-husband Dan Broderick III and his new bride 28 year old Linda (Kolkena) Broderick as they slept in their San Diego home. American Justice takes an in depth look at what drove her to murder and her two ensuing murder trials.
 
30 Jun. 1999
The Perfect Murder: The Shannon Mohr Story
In 1980 Shannon Mohr believes that she has found the man of her dreams, right to the point where he murders her. Soon afterward he disappears and the truth about him starts to become all too clear. American Justice examines the investigation and the seven year hunt for Dave Davis.
 
30 Oct. 1999
It's Not My Fault: Strange Defenses
American Justice profiles some of the more bizarre defenses in the history of the American legal system. First up, the so called "Twinkie Defense". On Nov. 27, 1978, San Francisco City Supervisor Dan White shot and killed Mayor George Moscone and Harvey Milk who was another supervisor. White claimed he committed the crimes after binging on junk food. Next, "The Sleepwalking Defense" where Scott Falater stabbed his wife 44 times, but claimed he was sleepwalking while he did it. Then, "The Nymphomaniac Defense" where a woman claimed she was engaged in sexual surrogate ...
 
2 Sep. 1999
The Jonesboro Schoolyard Ambush
Documentary about the Jonesboro school massacre which occurred on Tuesday, March 24, 1998. The show depicts how 4 students and a teacher were killed by 2 armed middle school boys in Jonesboro a town in northeastern Arkansas. Mitchell Johnson, 13, and Andrew Golden, 11, pulled a school fire alarm and fired into the crowd as people filed out of the Westside Middle School, killing four girls and a teacher, and wounding 9 others. In August 1998, they were both sentenced to confinement until they reached the age of 21, the maximum under Arkansas law. The docudrama searches...
 
7 Oct. 1999
Duty, Honor... and Murder
David Graham and Diane Zamora were two teenagers who were intensely devoted to each other during high school and had both joined the U.S Naval Academy in Annapolis. While at the academy, Diane confides in roommates that her and David had murdered Adrianne Jones while they were in high school in Mansfield, TX. They had murdered Jones because David Graham had cheated on Zamora by having a one-time sexual encounter with Jones, and Zamora wanted to kill her in order purify their relationship. American Justice profiles this case of murder and jealousy that also became a ...
 
2 Feb. 1999
Blueprint for Murder
Know what this is about?
Be the first one to add a plot.
 
1999
Who Killed the Candy Heiress?
The disappearance of Helen Brach, the heiress to the Brach's Candy fortune is the focus of American Justice. February 17th, 1977 would be the last time that anyone would ever see Helen Brach alive. Although her body was never found, she was declared dead in 1984. Profiled are the two main suspects in the case. Her house man and chauffeur James Matlick, who's stories didn't add up to investigators, and Richard Bailey. Bailey was a con-man and was later convicted of defrauding Helen Brach and at the time the judge accused him of conspiring to kill Helen Brach. He was ...
 
11 Aug. 1999
Lethal Injection: The Hospital Murders
In the spring of 1981 an usually high number of patients are dying at Community Hospital of the Valleys in Perris, CA. After the hospital is closed for an inquiry investigators discover a sinister pattern. American Justice examines the case of serial killer Robert Diaz who was convicted of murdering 12 patients with lethal injections of the drug Lidocaine.
 
4 Nov. 1999
Vigilante Dad
Know what this is about?
Be the first one to add a plot.
 

« 1998 |  1999  2000  »

See also

Episode Cast | Rated Episodes (by date / vote)| TV Schedule

Contribute to This Page