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The Many Lives of Robert Durst – Part 6

In October 2000, Bob Durst learned that the authorities had opened a new investigation into the disappearance and possible murder of his wife Kathie. It freaked him out.

The Many Lives of Robert Durst – Parts 4 & 5

Looking back, Bob said, “In the beginning, we shared everything. I was the dominant person in the marriage… I had the money. I was nine years older. I had the education.” He acknowledged, “I was very, very controlling.”

The Many Lives of Robert Durst – Parts 2 & 3

“I don’t get along with people easily,” Robert Durst would say. “Most people don’t get along with me at all, not out-going, shy. That’s my father.”

Editors Blog

Episode Six of Durst Trial Podcast: On Kathie’s Disappearance and Bob’s Own Words

This episode looks at the prosecution's presentation of strange events in South Salem around the time of Kathie Durst's disappearance.

Susan Berman — A Moving Epilogue (with an update on Robert Durst’s Medical Incident)

This bonus episode of Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst focuses on the most emotional testimony to date — Mella Kaufman, Susan Berman's surrogate daughter.

Bonus Episode: What Happened to Bob?

Breaking: A mysterious 'medical condition' keeps Robert Durst out of court and in a prison hospital.

Expert Witness

Inside the Robe: A Judge’s Candid Tale of Criminal Justice in America – Part 56

In Part 56, Judge Mader offers a story about judges undergoing sensitivity training and reflects on policing tactics that may challenge the pursuit of justice.

Inside the Robe: A Judge’s Candid Tale of Criminal Justice in America – Part 55

In Part 55, Judge Mader explains the complexities of electoral politics within the judiciary and the implications for defendants, attorneys, and judges.

Inside the Robe: A Judge’s Candid Tale of Criminal Justice in America – Part 54

In Part 54 of Inside the Robe, Judge Mader describes how a judge might weigh the circumstances of a crime which may carry...


Mike Romano: Arnold Dunham Three Strikes Conviction Overturned

Arnold Dunham walked out of Folsom State Prison late last week, a free man after his life sentence was overturned by a Superior Court in Los Angeles

A ‘Second Look’ Recalls a Life Sentence and Frees Dennis Bryley

After years behind bars, Dennis Bryley walked free from the prison gates in Corcoran. A Los Angeles Superior Court judge said Dennis was a poster child for California’s “second-look” sentencing law.

Mike Romano: Todd Carter Freed From 65-to-life Sentence; John Gargano: A Reentry Success Story

Todd was recommended for early release from prison officials due to his exceptional conduct while incarcerated and John Gargano graduates from NYU.