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Investigators look back at the fascinating trial of Pamela Smart

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It’s been decades since the trial of Pamela Smart, the high school worker who was convicted of plotting with her teenage lover to kill her husband, captivated the nation back in 1991 — and now, the case is being revisited in Investigation Discovery’s “American Murder Mystery” series. Paul Maggiotto, the attorney who prosecuted the case, Tom Nickels, Smart’s lead investigator, and journalist Diane Dimond join Megyn Kelly TODAY to reflect on the trial nearly 30 years later.