Beth Karas has been a correspondent for Court TV since 1994. She has traveled the county, reporting on a number of trials for the network including: trials of high-profile defendants such as former "Baretta" star Robert Blake, Kobe Bryant, Martha Stewart and Scott Peterson, who was found guilty of murdering his pregnant wife and unborn son. Beth also covered California v. David Westerfield (San Diego man convicted of kidnapping and murdering his seven-year-old neighbor, Danielle van Dam), the Amadou Diallo trial (4 NYPD officers charged with shooting an unarmed man), Conneticut v. Michael Skakel (Kennedy nephew convicted of killing his neighbor, Martha Moxley, when both were 15 years old) and Amedure v. Jenny Jones (talk show sued for wrongful death), among others. In 1996, Beth spent a month in the Hague covering the war crimes trial of Bosnian-Serb Dusko Tadic.