In 1980, Sunny von Bülow fell into a persistent vegetative state, never to awaken. Her husband, Claus von Bülow, was convicted of giving his wife an insulin overdose that caused her condition. Eventually, his conviction was reversed, and he was found not guilty of all charges.
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