"Nancy Grace" is television's only justice themed/interview/debate show. Nancy Grace re-investigates unforgettable crimes and disappearances that she followed on her daily live show on HLN.

Nancy Grace - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2005-02-21

Nancy Grace - Death of Melinda Duckett - Netflix

Melinda Duckett (née Eubank; August 14, 1985 – September 8, 2006) was the mother of Trenton John Duckett, a 2-year-old boy who disappeared from his Leesburg, Florida home on August 27, 2006. She attracted media attention when she committed suicide following an appearance on Nancy Grace. Duckett's family filed a wrongful death claim against Nancy Grace and CNN, alleging that the aggressive questioning traumatized Duckett and led to her suicide.

Nancy Grace - Death - Netflix

Duckett was interviewed about Trenton's disappreance by Nancy Grace for a September 8, 2006 episode of Grace's television program. During the interview Grace accused Duckett of hiding something because Duckett refused to take a polygraph test and provided vague answers to questions. The day after the taping of the show, Duckett wrote a 2-page letter addressed to “the public” expressing her love for Trenton and anger over being faced with “ridicule and criticism.” She left the letter on the dashboard of her car, entered her grandparents' home, retrieved her grandfather's shotgun, entered a closet and committed suicide by firearm.

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