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How Your Brainwaves Could Be Used In Criminal Trials
There is a wealth of evidence showing that mistaken eyewitness identification is a contributing factor in wrongful convictions.
When Does Medical Malpractice Become a Criminal Case?
While there are some instances in which medical malpractice may cross the line into criminal behavior, it is important to...
Can A Crime Turn Into A Personal Injury Lawsuit?
If you’re curious about whether a crime can turn into a personal injury lawsuit, you can learn more in this...
A Tale of Two Zodiacs
This Zodiac case did not happen in California. It occurred 5,700 miles away and is known as the "Korean Zodiac...
Who Killed Marilyn Sheppard? Ohio’s Most Enduring Murder Mystery [Part Two]
As Dr. Sam languished in the Ohio State Penitentiary, the Sheppard investigation began to pick up speed.
Who Killed Marilyn Sheppard? Ohio’s Most Enduring Murder Mystery [Part One]
The 1954 Cleveland slaying of Marilyn Sheppard would become a national sensation, a fascinating whodunit poured into a sensational cocktail...