Rank #1: 02: Jennifer's Tragic Story
Rank #2: 03: A Suspect Conviction
Rank #3: 47: Tulsa Time
Demarco Carpenter was wrongly convicted of murder. Suspect Convictions investigates this travesty.
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Rank #4: 04: An Accused Killer
Rank #5: 19: The Wrong Collar
Rank #6: 01: 911- My daughter is dead, send a homicide detective
Rank #7: 05: Furor and a Juror
Rank #8: 45: Closing Arguments
Lawyers make closing arguments in the Stanley Liggins case and Scott Reeder analyzes what the jury knows and doesn't know.
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Rank #9: SEASON 4, Evil in the School Yard, Part II
In September of 1990, the burning body of 9-year-old Jennifer Ann Lewis was found abandoned in the playground of an Iowa school yard. Reporter Scott Reeder was one of the first people on the scene that night and he has continued to follow the case for the past 28 years. The man accused of her murder, Stanley Liggins, will be re-tried this month after an appellate court threw out his conviction. Suspect Convictions explains the case to listeners and prepares them for the upcoming trial.
Rank #10: 32: A Looming Trial
Next week, Stanley Liggins goes on trial for the murder of 9-year-old Jennifer Lewis. The case received international attention during the first season of Suspect Convictions. Scott Reeder and Lacy Scarmana review key clips from the first season and share their thoughts on the case.
Rank #11: New show: I, Survivor
Women get assaulted. Women get attacked. Women get harassed, manipulated, intimidated, but women are survivors. Time and time again, she persists, even against all odds. Hosts Jenna Brister and Wagatwe Wanjuki share their stories, and those of the men and women who fought back, who won, and who live rising above the trauma of their experiences. Subscribe to I, Survivor today www.wondery.fm/isurvivor
Rank #12: 15: A 60 Year Wait for Justice
Rank #13: 16: Confessions of a Substitute
Rank #14: 17: Smokescreen
Rank #15: 02: A window into a murder
Rank #16: 36: Prosecution Inconsistencies
During cross examination, defense attorneys highlight inconsistencies in testimony given by prosecution witnesses.