The New Hampshire Supreme Court is deciding whether to make public details of a rape and murder victim's sexual history.
Lizzi Marriott was 19 years old and a sophomore at the University of New Hampshire when she disappeared. Twenty-nine-year-old Seth Mazzaglia was convicted of raping and murdering Marriott.
During the trial, his defense was that Marriott died during consensual, rough sex. During the trial, the judge decided that under New Hampshire's rape shield law, Marriott's sexual history was not relevant to the case.
But Mazzaglia's attorney is contesting that, arguing that Marriott's sexual history should be unsealed and made public.
This segment aired on August 29, 2016.