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Barton McNeil discovers his 3-year-old daughter's lifeless body in her bed the morning after breaking up with his girlfriend. McNeil insists that she was murdered by his former girlfriend after pointing to a cut screen in the bedroom window. Police agree a murder has been committed, but arrest him.

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Marty Markowitz had his share of problems. His parents had recently died. He had troubles at work. A failing relationship. He needed someone to help him through this rough patch in his life. So he decided to get some professional help from a psychiatrist. What he did not count on, was what happened in his life over the next twenty-nine years.This is a story about power, control, and turning to the wrong person for help. Listen now at wondery.fm/
Introducing: Legal Wars

Introducing: Legal Wars

2018-12-0100:09:34

The courtroom can be a battlefield over money, people’s rights, and even their lives. For some cases, the consequences can affect us long after the verdict is read.Based on extensive interviews and court transcripts, Wondery’s new podcast LEGAL WARS puts you inside the jury box of some of the most famous court cases in American history. Subscribe to Legal Wars today at wondery.fm/suspect
Introducing Blackwood

Introducing Blackwood

2018-10-2400:10:312

Five years ago, three teenagers set out to investigate the local legend of their small town, The Blackwood Bugman, and the mysterious disappearances and murders connected to him over the years. But as they soon come to find out, getting too close to the truth can be dangerous. From the masterminds behind Hunt A Killer comes a chilling tale of secrets, monsters, and murder. Subscribe to Blackwood today at wondery.fm/convict
47: Tulsa Time

47: Tulsa Time

2018-10-0200:46:041

Demarco Carpenter was wrongly convicted of murder. Suspect Convictions investigates this travesty.SPONSOR:for 25% off your first order of RX bars visit rxbar.com/suspect and enter the promo code "Suspect" at checkout
46: The End?

46: The End?

2018-09-2500:26:502

Jurors return to the courtroom to deliver the fruit of their deliberations.SPONSOR:For 25% off your first order visit rxbar.com/suspect and enter the promo code "Suspect" at checkout!
45: Closing Arguments

45: Closing Arguments

2018-09-2002:48:13

Lawyers make closing arguments in the Stanley Liggins case and Scott Reeder analyzes what the jury knows and doesn't know.SPONSOR:stitchfix.com/suspect for 25% off, when you keep all 5 items in your box!
44: Defense Rests

44: Defense Rests

2018-09-1900:29:10

Who killed Jennifer Lewis? Her step-father? A band of dog thieves? Or Stanley Liggins? Defense attorneys explore these possibilities.SPONSOR:stitchfix.com/suspect for 25% off, when you keep all 5 items in your box!
43: Enough Evidence?

43: Enough Evidence?

2018-09-1500:18:00

As the prosecution rests, the defense and prosecution make arguments forwhether or not there is evidence for a jury to decide Stanley Liggins fate. The judge rules.SPONSOR:stitchfix.com/suspect for 25% off, when you keep all 5 items in your box!
42: Prejudicial?

42: Prejudicial?

2018-09-1400:23:222

The judge decides whether jurors will learn of Stanley Liggins sex crime conviction and Jennifer’s mother shares what happened the night her daughter was slain. Liggins' lawyer asks the grieving mother graphic sexual questions. SPONSOR:stitchfix.com/suspect for 25% off, when you keep all 5 items in your box!
A jailhouse snitch testifies that Stanley Liggins admitted to killing JenniferLewis. But this key prosecution witness has a history of being less than truthful. We’ll showyou how.
40: Crazy

40: Crazy

2018-09-1200:20:021

Stanley Liggins's attorneys maneuver to keep a mentally ill woman from testifying in person. Prosecutors present DNA evidence.
39: Something Stinks

39: Something Stinks

2018-09-1100:21:23

A police officer says Stanley Liggins lied about not seeing Jennifer Lewis before 6 p.m. the day she died. A witness says she smelled gasoline and saw a gas can in Liggins’ car the morning after the murder.
Jurors in the Stanley Liggins murder case are not hearing the whole truth. He’s been accused of harming other little girls. Scott Reeder reveals what is being hidden from the Waterloo, Iowa, jury and examines the past deception of a key witness. 
37: The Whole Truth?

37: The Whole Truth?

2018-09-0600:16:21

Jurors aren’t hearing the the whole truth in the Stanley Liggins trial. Scott Reeder examines testimony given in the ongoing trial and discusses why jurors are being kept in the dark.
During cross examination, defense attorneys highlight inconsistencies in testimony given by prosecution witnesses. 
35: A Forensic Moment

35: A Forensic Moment

2018-09-0100:27:201

A criminalist with the Iowa Department of Criminal Investigation testifies about evidence that may link Stanley Liggins to the murder.SPONSOR:Visit TakeCareOf.com and use promo code "Suspect" at checkout for 25% off your first month of personalized vitamins.
34: The Prosecution Begins

34: The Prosecution Begins

2018-08-3100:24:07

Prosecutor Mike Walton gives opening arguments, jurors view grisly photos and testimony begins as Stanley Liggins goes on trial in the murder of 9-year-old Jennifer Ann Lewis.SPONSOR:Visit TakeCareOf.com and use promo code "Suspect" at checkout for 25% off your first month of personalized vitamins.
Robert Hirshhorn, one of the top defense attorneys in the United States, analyzes the Stanley Liggins case and discusses strategy for selecting a jury and presenting a case.
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Comments (9)

Jalen Stephens

I wasn't expecting an update on this case. I'm so glad this case can finally be put to rest.

Apr 13th
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Opamaggio Casciani

That detective annoys the jesus out of me..."his guilty mind" wow what an idiot. His daughter died!!! for goodness sake!!!

Nov 24th
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a. mallet

Anyone else find this to be extremely difficult to understand? The only clear audio is the brief sentences by the narrator. I'd really like to listen to this episode but I can't distinguish words from mumbles.

Oct 23rd
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Sue M Gable

I actually had been in contact with your organization. I came across podcast. Both your work and podcast are awesome

Sep 8th
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Sloan Daniels

I know Misook . I was her Massage Therapy Teacher for a local college for 9 months. . I think she graduated in 99/00. It's been awhile. I have character opinions ..I still live in Bloomington. If there is anything I can help with please feel free to contact me. I haven't talked to anyone except my coworkers about her/professionally. My eldest daughter does know and shared your podcast . work number. 1-309-530-3290.

Aug 17th
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Keen Observer

I love this podcast but the sound quality is SO BAD I have to pass on many of them!

Jul 3rd
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Jennifer Duggan

There seems to be duplicate podcasts of Suspect Convictions. The other one is listed under laceyscarmana. Neither podcast has a good explanation as to the contents and purpose of the podcast under the "Details" section. It would be much easier to understand that there are multiple cases if you actually stated that in the "Details", instead of one podcast description saying Stanley Liggins and one podcast description saying Barton McNeil.

Jan 10th
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Pamela Moore

This episode was a rehash of prior episodes, and didn't advance the case at all. Disappointed.

Nov 22nd
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