Three murders, three trials, 13 years of reporting by "48 Hours" and a husband and father walks free. David Camm talks to "48 Hours"' Richard Schlesinger in his first network TV interview since his trial.
An aspiring actress is brutally strangled. DNA was left all over the crime scene... leading police to a surprising suspect. Maureen Maher investigates.
A young mother is dead and identical brothers twins are the suspects. Did studying TV shows help them nearly pull off the perfect crime? Erin Moriarty reports.
A mother believes she knows who murdered her daughter -- can she prove it? Peter Van Sant investigates.
A popular teen couple, an intense breakup -- and she's dead. Was it a case of breakup violence? Tracy Smith reports.
New developments in Michael Skakel's push to overturn his conviction for the 1975 murder of 15-year-old Martha Moxley. Lesley Stahl and Troy Roberts report.
The untold final chapter of the amazing "Clark Rockefeller" story. The con man and accused killer faces off with "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty.
Did a loving wife slip and fall off a cliff while posing for a snapshot or did her husband want more than a good picture? Peter Van Sant investigates.
Was Shane Todd's death suicide or murder? A mother battles to prove her son died an American hero. Peter Van Sant reports.
Two murdered teens, a 32-year search for justice and eight years of reporting by "48 Hours". Troy Roberts has the latest in the investigation.
A lawyer murdered and his wife left for dead -- the case that spawned a TV movie a killer tried to block. Peter Van Sant reports.
"48 Hours" Live to Tell: A 15-year-old girl and her parents summon the courage to stop a serial killer in his tracks.
A married couple is assassinated -- were they the targets or could an online map have led killers to the wrong house? "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates.
"48 Hours" Live to Tell: Holly Dunn, the lone survivor of a serial killer on a multi-state killing spree, tells her story, in her words.
A shipwreck on the high seas forces a mother to make an unthinkable choice: save her kids or risk it all to save her husband.
"48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty uncovers new information into the death of Shannan Gilbert and the veteran detective who ran the Long Island Serial Killer investigation speaks out on network television for the first time.
Special time: A smooth-talking pro poker player and family man is under suspicion for the brutal murder of his parents. Did skyrocketing debt push this former high roller to savagely kill?
Ernie Scherer is questioned by investigators on March 18, 2008, following the murder of his parents.
"I chose poker for freedom," professional poker player Brian Rast told "48 Hours." The Las Vegas-based player talks about the lure and mystique of the game and why poker players are like small businesses.
"48 Hours"' Richard Schlesinger sat down with the couple, whose daughter, Kim, and grandchildren, were murdered on Sept. 28, 2000. The Renns talk about their memories of Brad and Jill and what they might be like today.
In his first network TV interview since being found not guilty of the murder of his wife and two children, David Camm says Charles Boney, the other man convicted of the murders, is a "psychopath" and "is where he belongs."
A juror on David Camm's third trial for the murders of his wife and two young children speaks out to "48 Hours" about what evidence jurors found most compelling in the case.
A professional poker player is under suspicion for the brutal murder of his parents.
Sam Lockhart, who was one of David Camm's most ardent supporters, shares his frustrations about the case and what it feels like to have David finally home.,
Following his release from prison in October 2013, David Camm wasted no time in burning his prison uniform after being found not guilty of murdering his wife and two young children, as can been seen in this home video, taken by a camera provided by CBS News.
The Eikelenbooms, a husband and wife team of DNA scientists, revealed results that showed Charles Boney's DNA on all three victims: Kim, Brad and Jill Camm.
Stacy Uliana and Rick Kammen talk to "48 Hours" about how the challenge of taking on a case with so much notoriety and the odds stacked against them.
After three trials and 13 year in prison, former Indiana State trooper David Camm is finding his newfound freedom following his not guilty verdict "overwhelming" and "surreal." He spoke with "48 Hours"' Richard Schlesinger in his first network TV interview since the trial.
Defense expert Eugene Liscio created a 3D model of the crime scene in the Camm garage. It may have played an important role in David Camm's third murder trial, helping the jury visualize the 13-year-old crime as the defense says it happened.
Three murders, three trials, 13 years of reporting by "48 Hours" and a husband and father walks free. David Camm talks to "48 Hours"' Richard Schlesinger in his first network TV interview since his trial, Saturday, Nov. 30 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.