This is the KFPH Court TV Mystery TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Phoenix (Prescott) Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|9:00 AM||Oj25 |
It is questioned whether a dog can be an eyewitness to murder.
|10:00 AM||Oj25 |
OJ Simpson returns to Rockingham as a prisoner on trial.
|11:00 AM||American Greed |
The second-season premiere spotlights Martin Frankel, a scam artist who oversaw the acquisitions of insurance companies in order to steal some $200 million from them.
|12:00 PM||The Temp |
A rising executive's competitors begin dying, and suspicion points to his new assistant.
|2:00 PM||Double Cross |
Two unhappily married women joke about killing each other's husbands, then one seriously goes through with it and expects her gal pal to return the favor or suffer the consequences.
|4:00 PM||Forensic Files |
The 1998 murder of Texas trial lawyer Leslie Vaughn, who was shot while sleeping. The victim's son Brian was convicted of murder and given a 33-year sentence.
|4:30 PM||Forensic Files |
The investigation of a triple homicide leads to an offshore gambling operation.
|5:00 PM||Forensic Files |
The exoneration of convicted murderer Roy Arthur Brown is examined. Brown was found guilty of the 1991 killing of New York social worker Sabina Kulakowski and sentenced to prison, until DNA evidence proved that he was innocent.
|5:30 PM||Forensic Files |
The 2004 murder of Florida resident Cathy Lamb, who was bludgeoned to death with a tire iron in her home, is recalled. The victim's husband, Jeffrey Lamb, was convicted of the crime and given a life sentence.
|6:00 PM||The First 48 |
A Dallas detective probes the murder of a young man who was shot in the backseat of a friend's car. Also: the beating death of a homeless man in Minneapolis.
|7:00 PM||The First 48 |
A tourist in Miami is killed; a shooting at a high-school dance leaves one teen dead and another one in critical condition.
|8:00 PM||The First 48 |
A truck fire in Memphis turns out to be a double murder, and there are many suspects to be pursued; in Kansas City, a woman is found dead in the street, but there are few clues to her killer.
|9:00 PM||Crime Stories |
Examining a murder case in Edmonton, Alberta, in which fingerprint technology was used.
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