2020 was the first full year of Crime Story’s existence and we thought it would be fitting to mark the end of that year with a list of some of our most memorable posts.

Last week, we presented eleven memorable interviews with storytellers who have produced stories in the world of crime and justice, which you can find here.

Today we present eleven stories that have helped define the Crime Story mission to explore what lies behind impactful real life narratives in the world of crime and justice.

Amanda Knox: “How Could He Be Innocent?”: The Case of Daniel Holtzclaw

Paul Butler: The Real Target of The Jussie Smollett Charges Is A Progressive Prosecuto (with Kary Antholis)

Premiere Episode – Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst by Kary Antholis

Amanda Knox Interview: Noura Jackson, Wrongfully Convicted at 18 Years Old of Killing Her Mother (with Amanda Knox)

I Hate Men by Molly Miller

Amanda Knox on Tiger King: The Rush to Judgement of Carole Baskin

Series Finale: COVID-19 in Prison: Week by Week — Part 19 by Sean Smith

Thomas Durst Startles Jurors With Reenactment of Brother Robert’s Rage and Cruelty by Kary Antholis

Mongol: The Trial of David Martinez — The Complete Ten-Part Series by Molly Miller

Interviews: Attorney General William Barr; Georgetown Law Professor Paul Butler by Kary Antholis

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