This is the WGN Court TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Chicago Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|1:00 PM||Oj25 new |
The story of domestic abuse and pleas ignored is presented.
|2:00 PM||The FBI Files new |
A sex offender is pursued through several states and is killed in a shoot-out with federal agents.
|3:00 PM||Corrupt Crimes new |
A judge goes down a path of revenge and murder and a scandal tarnishes the legacy of Jesse Jackson Jr.
|3:30 PM||Corrupt Crimes new |
A New York murder brings international attention to the city's upper crust youth and a benefits manager for the "Sandhogs" Union steals over $40 million from their benefits fund.
|4:00 PM||Corrupt Crimes new |
Drug trafficking in Australia sees numerous retribution murders between nearly half-a-dozen crime syndicates and a rogue trading scandal almost destroys Societe Generale.
|4:30 PM||Corrupt Crimes new |
A film director sets up a risky shot on a live railroad track, which results in disaster. Also: a high-ranking U.S. military officer is convicted of spying.
|5:00 PM||It Takes a Killer new |
The case of a gunman who attempts to kill an entire family one-by-one as they enter their house.
|5:30 PM||It Takes a Killer |
The savage murder of a rabbi's wife inside the family's New Jersey home is investigated, and a sadistic murder scheme ultimately surfaces.
|6:00 PM||It Takes a Killer new |
The shooting of a husband and his pregnant wife leaving a child-birthing class is investigated. Police suspect it's a random act of violence and, when false suspects are eliminated, the real criminal emerges.
|6:30 PM||It Takes a Killer new |
The murders of three members of an affluent family are investigated. The case includes nearly three years of investigative work, hundreds of hours of surveillance and a few lucky breaks.
|7:00 PM||Forensic Files new |
The apparent accidental death of a man is probed by authorities, including an arson investigator and a forensic computer expert.
|7:30 PM||Forensic Files new |
A woman goes missing and her body is discovered weeks later.
|8:00 PM||Forensic Files new |
The slaying of a woman whose body was found in her home is investigated. Possible clues include T-shirt fibers, a cell phone and flecks of paint.
|8:30 PM||Forensic Files new |
The 1998 murder of oil executive Ronald Shaw is recalled. Shaw was killed by gunmen who approached him and his wife, Rosana, and tried to gain access to Shaw's safe.
|9:00 PM||Corrupt Crimes new |
Featuring Pete Rose and the former governor of Illinois, who was jailed on corruption charges.
|9:30 PM||Corrupt Crimes new |
Drug trafficking in Australia erupts into a rash of retribution murders between numerous crime syndicates. Also: a rogue trading scandal nearly destroys a French banking and financial service.
|10:00 PM||Corrupt Crimes |
The Boston Marathon bombing is spotlighted.
|10:30 PM||Corrupt Crimes new |
Olympic track-and-field star Marion Jones' doping scandal is spotlighted. Also: two Pennsylvania judges abuse their power.
|11:00 PM||Forensic Files new |
The case of William Joe Jarvis, who was convicted of murdering his wife with a pipe bomb in a box.
|11:30 PM||Forensic Files new |
A man's wife dies from a fall and investigators try to determine if it was accidental.
|12:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
The 1985 escape of two bank robbers is examined. The pair were on the way to trial when they went on the lam and returned to holding up banks.
|1:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
The pursuit of Rafael Resendez-Ramirez, a man with a 20-year criminal history, who fatally assaulted victims near railroad tracks.
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