The Cold Case Jury Poll, 20 January 2017 - Who Killed Julia Wallace?

Who Killed Julia Wallace? The Verdict of the Cold Case Jury So Far

On 20 January 1931 Julia Wallace was brutally murdered in Liverpool, North West England. Debate still rages 86 years on as to how she...
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The Relationship Between Traumatic Brain Injury and Criminal Behaviour

In a number of studies carried out with prison inmates, the rate of head injury has been seen up to seven to eight times higher than the rates found in the general population.
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Will Advances In Neurocriminology Give Rise To A Criminal Disorder Being Identified?

Biological and neurological explanations for criminal behaviour raise key questions for not only how the criminal justice system can incorporate the science of neurocriminology, but if they do, whether criminal punishment as we know it can continue in the same vein.

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Neuropcriminology and criminal justice

Will Advances In Neurocriminology Give Rise To A Criminal Disorder Being Identified?

Biological and neurological explanations for criminal behaviour raise key questions for not only how the criminal justice system can incorporate the science of neurocriminology, but if they do, whether criminal punishment as we know it can continue in the same vein.
London Underground Serial Killer Kieran Patrick Kelly

Unique Amongst Men? London Underground Serial Killer: Kieran Patrick Kelly

Serial killer Kieran Patrick Kelly was a complex character and one that needs to be properly investigated and understood.
Should people with brain disorders receive different punishment for crimes?

My Brain Made Me Do It: Will Neuroscience Change The Way We Punish Criminals?

Allan McCay, University of Sydney and Jeanette Kennett Australian law may be on the cusp of a brain-based revolution that will reshape the way we...
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Neurocriminology: Experts Predict The Criminal Mind [Infographic]

Neurocriminology is the study of understanding the brains of criminals. It seeks to identify those with genetic or neurological predispositions in a hope to find a treatment or prevention strategy.
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Looking For Psychopaths In All The Wrong Places: fMRI In Court

Of the current uses of psychiatry in legal settings, the claim that psychopaths can be identified through functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is among the most worrisome.

Are Narcissists Dangerous? The 9 Traits of a Narcissistic Personality [Infographic]

Many of us are narcissists. We have a sense of ourselves; we can be selfish, vain and arrogant. Few of us however, have enough...

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Podcasts are a great way to broadcast an interview and Richard O'Jones from True Crime Historian has done just that.  He recently met with...
Edward Lee Elmore served 29 years on death row for a crime he did not commit. In 2012, after 11’000 days in prison, he was finally a free man.

Edward Lee Elmore: Free After 29 Years On Death Row

Edward Lee Elmore was a black man in the town of Greenwood, Carolina in 1982 when he was arrested for the murder of 75-year-old...

Murder In A Small Town: The Sian O’Callaghan Case

In 2011, something happened that would make sure a small town in Wiltshire was never the same again. In this town, the crime rate was amongst the lowest in the UK, and everyone seemed to know everyone.
In Unwanted: A Murder Mystery of the Gilded Age, writer and historian Andrew Young focuses on the gruesome and mysterious murder of Pearl Bryan in 1896.

The Pearl Bryan Murder in Unwanted: A Murder Mystery of the Gilded Age

In late January 1896 in Fort Thomas, Cincinnati, the headless corpse of a young woman is found partly hidden under some bushes in a farmer's field. A gruesome crime which drew in the crowds.
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Child Criminals And The Juvenile Justice System

When a terrible crime is committed by a juvenile, by a child, inevitably questions are asked. The case of Daniel Bartlam, a 14 year...

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