In In the armed robbery, case number, 412268-38, the items collected were a QCS-1 (projectile-floor), QCS-2 (shell casing-floor), QCS-3 (shell casing-floor), QCS-4 (shell casing-floor), QCS-5 (shell casing-floor), and QCS-8 (projectile-floor). In addition to these items, my team and the police conducted a search Geraldine Fredricks’s house. Fredricks is the girlfriend of Ingram. The warrant was issued because a confidential source stated Ingram went to Fredricks’s house after the robbery. As Ingram was suspected to be involved in the unsolved 1989 homicide, items related to the homicide were included in the search warrant.
On October 8,1934 Hauptmann is indicted for murder and his trial began in January 3,1935. The case used circumstanul evidance. A wood expert confirmed the markings on the wood board that was used in the kidnap ladder matched those of Hauptmann’s tools in his garage. A important piece of evidence was that Hauptmann not being able to provide an alibi on the night of the kidnapping. Experts testifed that Hauptmann wrote the ransom notes his handwriting samples matched.
There has been many cases of people getting put in jail for crimes they did not commit. There has also been many cases where these innocent people lose years of their life in prison for it. Some of these people who were put in jail innocent fought through it and had hope and one day were proven innocent and set free. Ari Melber, a publisher for NBC News states that: ‘’In 2017 around 149 people spent and average of 15 years in prison’’ (Jailed). This number is only going to get worse if our current legal system doesn't do anything to fix it.
Dahmer is known to engage in sexual activities with the corpses and save body parts as trophies. When he is finally caught and arrested, he attends his trial. Dahmer 's plea stating he is not guilty be reason of insanity would be denied, however (Biography.com Editors). Though the psychologist in this case has lost against the prosecution, many believe that the decision to put him in a more monitored prison is made strictly out of fear. As a forensic psychologist, you will be able to get into Dahmer 's mind and decide for yourself if he is insane.
What crimes did he commit? Scott Peterson is a convicted murderer. He viciously took the life of his wife that was 8 months pregnant at the time of her death. It has been speculated that Scott murdered his wife on Christmas eve at the home they shared. It is believed that Scott Peterson suffocated his wife Laci, then took her to his boat.
"Tha ' man 's gone and raped my Mayella and s 'only right that he face the 'lectric chair for what he 's done!" He alleges to have seen the attack on his 19 year old daughter, Miss Mayella Ewell. The trial consisted of Mr. Finch and Mr. Gilmer 's examinations of the witnesses, which included the local sheriff, Mr. Heck Tate, Mr. Ewell, Miss Ewell, and Mr. Robinson himself. Mr. and Miss Ewell both testified that Mr. Robinson raped Miss Ewell, while Mr. Tate, who only arrived later, testified to Miss Ewell 's injuries, including a black eye and many bruises. He stated, "[...] she was pretty bruised up when I got there, and she had a black eye comin '.
A case study that supports Kirks theory is that of Shirley McKie. McKie is a former Scottish Police officer, who was accused of leaving her thumb print on a door frame of a murder crime scene, in January 1997. On the 6 January 1997, the body of Marion Ross was found in her home, in Kilmarnock. She had multiple stab wounds, resulting from what was presumed to be an act of housebreaking. David Asbury, a handyman, who had once worked in the Ross house, developed as a suspect, as a fingerprint found inside a tin box in Asbury’s home matched that of Ross, and Asbury’s prints were found inside the Ross house.
(Source A and F). Within days, Capone was forced to testify before a jury of the federal Prohibition Law. The families of Capone’s victims were horrified that someone would kill their loved ones. Capone’s victims were killed in the space of 7 years (1923-1930) , which were also the years that he was the leader of the powerful Five Point Gang. He wished o take revenge on all the people he hated and those who stole and hijacked him from his illegal liquor business that he ran during the 1920s.
Should attorneys use a confession from a client use that confession to free the wrongly convicted person from prison? According to court documents on January 11, 1982 a security guard for McDonalds in Chicago, Ill by the name of Lloyd Wyckliffe was killed; later police arrested Alton Logan after acting on a tip that he was the shooter (People v. Logan, 1991). Alton was convicted of murder by a jury and sentenced to life in prison. However, Alton was innocent and only three people knew of his innocence of murdering the security guard. The first person was the one who did the killing his name was Andrew Wilson.
These included others ' needs always coming before my own, the world being an extremely dangerous place where others would always hurt me in some way, that I would continue to lose all of those I cared for and would continue to be rejected from all new situations, that something was profoundly defective/wrong with me, and that I deserved to be punished continually as my being was incompetent, unlovable, shameful, and in need of constant punishment. Over the past few years, as I have worked through many of my emotional and psychological issues, I have lessened my negative core beliefs. However, many of these beliefs have only lessened to mild/moderate negative core beliefs. Although I am a much happier, positive individual, I know that there is still much work to be done in order to have a healthier outlook on the