From the outside, Bob and Diane Ward lived a charmed and privileged life.
But it was in that mansion one night in September 2009 where the illusion shattered.
Authorities found Diane, 51, dead in the master bedroom, a gunshot wound to the face and a .357 Magnum handgun on the nightstand. Her real estate tycoon husband was the only other person in the house, along with their four dogs.
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Ward claimed the gun accidentally discharged as he was trying to wrestle it from her hands.
He said he didn't know what she was thinking and whether her plan was to end her own life, but that he just knew he had to "get it out of her hand".
In an unusual case that was tried not once, but twice, Ward was found guilty both times of killing his wife. But the property developer and self-made multimillionaire maintains his innocence.
Money problems and motive.
A mix of antidepressants and alcohol were found in Diane's system after her death, which supported Ward's claims that she was unstable and potentially suicidal. But the timing was also suspicious.