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Court Junkie

Feb 19, 2018

In September 2014, 50-year-old real estate agent Beverly Carter went to meet a couple interested in purchasing a house she was showing, only to never be seen again. Her body was found days later and a man no one in her family knew was taken into custody.

In this episode, I speak with Beverly's son, Carl Carter Jr., about what this tragedy was like for his family, and how he was able to cope during a very contentious trial - with a defense that tried their best to smear his mother's name. 

Be sure to visit for more info on the Beverly Carter Foundation.

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