Famous court cases on TV
Famous court cases on TV
From the latest surprise not-guilty verdict to "the trial of the century," TV cameras have captivated the masses with minute-by-minute proceedings of riveting criminal cases. Who grabbed major airtime with their court cases, and where are they now?

Casey Anthony
Then: After the 2008 death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, Anthony faced charges of first-degree murder, child abuse and lying to investigators.
Phil Spector
Then: In 2004, the musical innovator was charged with murdering his wife, Lana Clarkson . What did the jury decide?
Scott Peterson
Then: Peterson was the prime suspect in the 2002 death of his wife and their unborn child. What did the jury decide?
O.J. Simpson
Then: In 1994, the former football great was charged with the murder of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman. His dramatic trial forever changed the way criminal cases are covered in the news. What did the jury decide?
Lyle & Erik Menendez
Then: The brothers were charged with the 1989 murders of their parents. What did the jury decide?

Louise Woodward
Then: The former British nanny was tried in the 1997 death of the infant who was in her care. What did the jury decide?

A twist: A judge made a pivotal ruling after the verdict.