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Chapter 6: The Verdict and the Miracle
Jury foreman Clark Pennell recounts for us the tense deliberations before delivering a verdict against Rae Carruth. Chancellor Le's doctors diagnose him with Cerebral Palsy as a result of his traumatic birth. His speech is halting and his movement labored, yet Chancellor Lee surpasses doctorsâ€™ expectations for his progress and development in physical therapy, and at home. Presented in partnership with NO MORE, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Safe Alliance, and the Childrenâ€™s Defense Fund.
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Chapter 7: Forgiveness
As Rae Carruthâ€™s prison release date nears, Saundra Adams, the mother of the pregnant woman Carruth conspired to murder, tells us sheâ€™s found a way to forgive the men who killed Cherica Adams. She wonders what if any relationship Carruth should have with Chancellor Lee, as she honors her daughterâ€™s legacy through advocacy work on behalf of domestic violence survivors. Presented in partnership with NO MORE, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Safe Alliance, and the Childrenâ€™s Defense Fund.
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Chapter 3: Life and Death
Emergency crews race Cherica Adams to Carolinas Medical Center, where her son, Chancellor Lee, is born via emergency C-section, 10 weeks premature and weighing less than 4 pounds. As both fight for life, police investigators describe to us piecing together the events of that night, with Chericaâ€™s handwritten notes from her hospital bed pointing the way toward Rae Carruth. Presented in partnership with NO MORE, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Safe Alliance, and the Childrenâ€™s Defense Fund.