REASONABLE DOUBT is the tragic true story of a young woman’s murder and her mother’s fight to get the UK’s 800- year-old double jeopardy law repealed. Ann Ming’s daughter was just 22 when she was brutally murdered. Her body lay undiscovered under the bath in her own home for 80 days, but when the killer was arrested and brought to trial he was acquitted. He went on to brag about the murder, even confessing to it in a court of law during a perjury trial. This is the story of Ann Ming’s remarkable battle to change the law and see her daughter’s confessed murderer sentenced for his crime.