Serial killer Richard Ramirez.
Scientific tests help solve crimes.
People who attend crime scenes.
Athletes who commit crimes; scams against sports fans.
Crimes perpetrated against tourists.
Some forms of punishment are deemed cruel and unusual.
Criminals in law enforcement.
Action against wartime criminals.
Interviews with the serial killer, his wife, his biographer and a former homicide detective profile the Nightstalker case.
Serial killer "Son of Sam" terrorized New York City.
Hate groups and the targets of their anger.
Crimes committed in school.
Convicts make the transition to the outside.
Individuals in law enforcement often suffer emotional and physical ailments connected to job stress.
Criminals who target homosexuals.
Gang activity has expanded to small towns.
U.S. military scandals.
Criminals with privileged backgrounds.
To protect themselves and their children, some battered women are driven to kill their husbands.
The types of criminals who reside on death row are examined.
Some trials have unusual or unexpected outcomes.
Three kidnappings; new evidence suggests the wrong person was executed for the Lindbergh kidnapping.
Inmates use creative methods to escape.
Stalkers and their victims.
Elec Trubilla is convicted for killing his father.
Drunken driving consequences.
Sex crimes against children.
Treatment of criminals.
Former prostitutes; Heidi Fleiss.
People who profit from crime.
Cults: Jonestown; a Hare Krishna commune.
Popular scams and how to avoid being a target.
Citizens take the law into their own hands.
Peers beat 12-year-old girl; teen crime.
Mobster Carmine Galante; Gregory Scarpo; Russian Mob.
Children of murdered mothers; survivors of violence; widows.
Innocent people jailed; James McClosky.
Putting criminals back on the street.
Church burnings; Malibu wildfires.
The insanity plea.
Kidnapping victims and perpetrators.
Honor and love vs. deceit.
Behind closed doors in a jury room.
Abuse of the elderly.
Corrupt members of the medical community.
The psyche of the rapist.
The use of guns by criminals and private citizens.
Murder for hire.
America's notorious bombers; teenagers making bombs.