- Suspect Convictions Episode 1: Frantic 911 Calls Reveal Father's Grief
- Suspect Convictions Episode 2: Window Reveals Web Of Evidence
- Suspect Convictions Episode 3: Does Modern Forensics Undercut Sex Assault Motive?
- Suspect Convictions Episode 4: True-Crime Experts Give Case Fresh Look
- Suspect Convictions Episode 5: How Did Misook Become A Killer?
- Suspect Convictions Episode 6: Shades of 'Serial' In McNeil Case
- Suspect Convictions Episode 7: An Unusual Crime, But Enough To Exonerate?
- Suspect Convictions Episode 8: Tough Questions For Bart
- Suspect Convictions Episode 9: New Look At DNA Evidence
- Suspect Convictions Episode 10: A Letter From Misook
- Suspect Convictions Episode 11: Fighting For Their Cousin
- Suspect Convictions Episode 12: A Curious Bed Purchase
- Suspect Convictions Episode 13: Bart Before Prison
- Suspect Convictions Episode 14: Season Finale and What's Next
Other Barton McNeil Coverage
Lawyers for Bart McNeil asked a judge on Thursday to approve a full evidentiary hearing on McNeil’s innocence claim in the death of his 3-year-old daughter.
Bart McNeil is entitled to a thorough review of newly-discovered evidence in the death of his 3-year-old daughter, McNeil’s lawyers argued in a new court filing related to his petition for a new trial on murder charges.
Evidence that Christina McNeil was murdered by someone other than her father was challenged on Friday by the state in a motion to dismiss Bart McNeil’s petition for a new trial on charges that he suffocated the 3-year-old.
An amended petition seeking a new trial for Misook Nowlin on murder charges in the 2011 death of her mother-in-law will be filed by mid-May, Nowlin’s lawyer told a judge at a court hearing on Tuesday.
Misook Nowlin is entitled to a new lawyer who may file a petition in her bid to secure a new trial on murder charges in the 2011 strangulation death of her mother-in-law, the Fourth District Appellate Court recently ruled.
A hearing on new evidence that could clear Bart McNeil of murder was delayed on Friday by at least five months after a prosecutor said the state will first seek dismissal of McNeil’s petition for a new trial.
The state will determine its next move by early December in the post-conviction proceedings of a Bloomington man working to clear his name of murder charges.
Bart McNeil’s petition seeking a new trial in the 1998 death of his young daughter will move forward in McLean County court, a judge has ruled, in a decision that recognizes potential new evidence that may support McNeil’s innocence.