Dr. Drew On Call

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Tonight: Did wife murder husband with hammer?

Tonight: Did wife murder husband with hammer?

An Arizona woman is on trial for killing her husband by repeatedly hitting him in the head with a hammer as he slept. She claims the attack was self-defense – due to a pattern of physical and sexual abuse. Dr. Drew and the Behavior Bureau will have the latest on a trial that is eerily similar to Jodi Arias.

Plus: Police arrest a substitute teacher for allegedly showing up in the classroom drunk. Officers captured their encounter with her on camera – and you have to see the video to believe it!

Tonight: Teens charged in swastika attack

Tonight: Teens charged in swastika attack

Four teens have been charged with kidnapping and assault after they allegedly lured another teen into a shed, hit him in the head with a crow bar, shot him with a BB gun and carved a swastika in his forehead with a box cutter. Miss Ali and the Behavior Bureau will weigh in on what -- if anything -- may have provoked this violent attack.

Dr. Drew will have the latest on the teen bride who says she’s a serial killer. We’ll hear from friends who will reveal details about Miranda Barbour’s early life.

Tonight: Is teen bride a serial killer?

Tonight: Is teen bride a serial killer?

The teen bride who says she’s a serial killer is getting a lot of attention, but is she telling the truth? We’ll hear more from her close friend, who revealed disturbing details about Miranda Barbour’s early life last night.

A teenage waitress goes missing. Police investigating her disappearance find her roommate dead on the floor. Did she murder him?

Tonight: Husband of self-proclaimed killer

Tonight: Husband of self-proclaimed killer

The teen who says she’s a serial killer created a sensation with her claims.

Now hear from her husband, who is also in custody. Does he think his wife is lying? Did he manipulate her? Who initiated the murder for which they’ve been arrested?

Tonight: What’s next for Dunn?

Michael Dunn will likely spend the rest of his life in jail following his conviction on attempted murder charges, yet prosecutors plan to retry him for the murder of Jordan Davis. Dr. Drew will be joined live by Dunn’s daughter to discuss the verdict and possible retrial. The Behavior Bureau and Miss Ali – who predicted a hung jury on the murder charge – will also weigh in.

Then, George Zimmerman talks about his life after acquittal, his many run-ins with the law, death threats and his future plans.

Tonight: Verdict watch continues

Tonight: Verdict watch continues

We are on verdict watch in the Michael Dunn murder trial. What will the jury decide? Dr. Drew is standing by with Ann Coulter, Miss Ali, Segun Oduolowu and the Behavior Bureau.

Plus: Our ‘Week of Weed’ continues with the question of using marijuana to treat children. Find out what Dr. Drew has to say on the matter.

Tonight: What will the jury decide?

Tonight: What will the jury decide?

Prosecutors and defense attorneys got a last chance today to convince a jury why Michael Dunn should or shouldn't be convicted of first-degree murder in the death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis, who was fatally shot during a dispute over loud music in Florida in 2012.

Dr. Drew and his guests are awaiting a possible verdict.

Tonight: Do you believe him?

Tonight: Do you believe him?

Michael Dunn testified today in his own defense.

We know what he said on the stand. But what did he mean? A body language expert has answers. And members of The Behavior Bureau may have changed their minds about his guilt or innocence, now that they’ve heard directly from him. Who’s siding with the defendant?

Death by soda?

Death by soda?

A Tennessee couple faces murder charges for allegedly punishing the man's 5-year-old daughter by making her drink excessive amounts of grape soda and water, leading to her death, authorities said.

Alexa Linboom was forced to guzzle the fluids after she took "one or two grape drinks" that belonged to her stepmother, District Attorney Berkley Bell told CNN affiliate WJHL.

Tonight: Death by soda?

Tonight: Death by soda?

The state has rested its case in the ‘Loud Music Murder Trial.’

Will the man on trial for murdering a teen take the witness stand in his own defense? Dr. Drew and the Behavior Bureau discuss it.

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