Season 2, Episode 4
A young woman’s body is found by her own father, in a park near their home in Queens. After DNA evidence helps the NYPD lock in on a suspect, a judge’s decision to suppress evidence leads to a mistrial, jeopardizing a possible conviction.
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Suspect in Karina Vetrano Murder Case Was Treated for a Hand Wound
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Speculation Swayed Jurors in First Trial for the Murder of Karina Vetrano
The first trial for Karina Vetrano’s murder led to split jury, which investigators believed was due to the defense’s “undermining” of DNA evidence linking Chanel Lewis to the crime. Lewis was eventually found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.