A Connecticut man was convicted of murder Tuesday in the 1988 killing of a pregnant teenager after another man served 20 years of a 60-year prison sentence before being cleared by DNA evidence . Full story
Watch a preview of the upcoming Dateline Friday report about a California cold case murder from 1983. But when a retired detective finds new answers from modern-day DNA testing and a photographer's diary, the case is reopened. Keith Morrison reports this Friday, March 4, at 9pm/8c.
Years pass and Sherri's murder is now a cold case. But in 2004 police conduct a DNA test on the saliva sample from crime scene and the results point to a woman killer.
Stephanie Lazarus hires a prominent defense attorney who insists that the DNA evidence has been tampered with and can't be relied upon. Her family stands by her.
An attractive nurse, Sherri Rasmussen, is murdered in her own home in 1986. There are few clues, except one: a bite mark containing saliva found on Sherri's arm. But it's of little use because DNA testing is not yet available.
Exactly one year after Brooke vanished, forensic analysts find DNA evidence linking Joel Courtney to Brooke. His sister, Dina, reveals some key information about her brother's time in Oregon. Would Courtney be held accountable for Brooke's murder?
Atlanta researcher William Holland was accepted as a long-lost relative of Cameroon's royal family, based on DNA testing and pedigree analysis.