Dr. Martin MacNeill was a doctor, attorney and family man who appeared to have it all.
Now he's on trial in the death of his wife. Even his own children think he did it. The victim's mother didn't like her prospective son-in-law from the get-go. Were there other warning signs? There's lots in this case for the 'Behavior Bureau' to talk about.
And they'll discuss the David Pietz case. He's on trial for murder. But there's no direct evidence to implicate him in the death of his wife. Is the circumstantial evidence enough for a jury? Is he on trial, or his character?