An attractive young woman is charged with murder. She is convicted and receives a lighter sentence than her male accomplice, who is given the maximum penalty. The newspapers enjoy a bonanza, each trying to outdo the other in uncovering every lurid detail of the crime.By DIANE TURBIDE13 min
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