A look at the stories of two women who were convicted of murdering their mothers. One mentally ill woman murders her mentally ill hoarder mother. A young unruly woman and her boyfriend kill her mother but she claims innocence.
A woman is convicted of the death of her two-and-a-half-year-old adopted daughter resulting from a beating. Another woman was found guilty of killing her physically handicapped husband by pushing him into a river.
A woman tells her story of the events leading up to her conviction for participating in and hiring a hit man to kill her fourth husband. Then, a heroin addict who served watch as a fellow addict robbed and murdered an unsuspecting man.
The story of a woman who admittedly shot her wealthy, cheating, third husband after enduring years of his abuse and obsessive controlling behavior. Then, a bipolar woman who beat her fourth husband's 5-year-old daughter to death.
A bipolar woman uses several weapons including a paring knife, cast iron skillets, and a table leg to beat, stab, and cut her elderly parents a total of 75 times. Then, a woman who assisted her husband in several robberies and two murders.
One woman persuaded her alcoholic lesbian lover to murder her millionaire fourth husband while another was convicted of the torture and murder of a mentally challenged man in her home along with her son, daughter, and 3 others.
A cabdriver and her four accomplices kill a handicapped man and set fire to his home after he accuses her of stealing $500. A teenager who waited in the car while her husband and his cousin robbed a liquor store and killed the store clerk.
First, a young mother who shot her 4-year-old twin sons dead blaming antidepressants and alcohol as the cause. Then, a woman who set fire to her boyfriend's home causing an explosion that killed him and his elderly parents claims innocence.
First, a woman who was an accomplice to the beating death of a gay man along with her husband. Then, a teenage mother and her boyfriend are convicted of the murder of their 8-month-old daughter. Both claim innocence.