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Rich and Acquitted (TV-PG)

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Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson used his wealth to privately settle claims of child molestation. But when one young victim goes to the police and the police press charges, Jackson turns to his millions of adoring fans for support and the best legal minds money can buy to win his freedom.

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OJ Simpson

Athlete OJ Simpson uses his considerable wealth to hire a dream of attorneys, investigators and lawyers to pick apart every witness and every piece of evidence to create reasonable doubts. He was even able to earn millions while sitting in jail awaiting trial, money he used to pay for his defense. In the end, OJ Simpson was rich and acquitted.

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Oscar Pistorius

Oscar Pistorius overcome incredible handicaps to become the first double amputee to race in the Olympics. But his heroic facade apparently hid a quick temper and on the eve of Valentine’s Day, 2013 Pistorius shot and killed his girlfriend, model Reeva Steenkamp. Was it cold blooded murder? Or was it a tragic mistake?

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R. Kelly

Singer R Kelly has long been plagued by rumors that he has an affinity for underage girls. But when a videotape is sent to the Chicago Sun Times, the cops move in and arrest the singer. Kelly hires the best attorneys in Chicago, and after years of delays, his trial ends in acquittal. Hear from the jury foreman about what made him rule for acquittal.

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Robert Blake

When his short lived and rocky marriage ends with the murder of his wife, actor Robert Blake is charged with murder. Police and prosecutors say he has motive, means and opportunity, but Blake’s fortune allows him to hire a legal team that decimates witnesses and convinces a jury that Blake should walk free.

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Snoop Dogg

When Snoop Dogg is accused of murder, he and his bodyguard claim self-defense. The prosecution claims cold blooded murder. It will take the best attorneys money can buy to help convince a jury that Snoop and his bodyguard are not guilty. For the first time, hear from Snoop’s co-defendant, the man who actually pulled the trigger.