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October 31, 2018 41 min

A North Carolina woman convicted in the death of her husband claims her second-degree murder conviction should be overturned because prosecutors never offered evidence to contradict her statement that Irish businessman Jason Corbett choked her and that she was not the aggressor. Nancy Grace digs into the case against Molly Corbett and her father, Thomas Martens, a former FBI agent, with Southern California prosecutor Wendy Patrick,  Georgia medical examiner Dr. Jan Gorniak, forensics expert Karen Smith, psycho analyst Dr Bethany Marshall, and reporter Nicole Partin.

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