In a court filing Friday, David Warren’s attorneys asked a federal judge to free him on bond while he awaits a retrial on charges he shot and killed Henry Glover without justification in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
District Judge Lance Africk didn’t immediately rule on... Continue Reading »
Dental Records are the number one way a burned body is identified. If dental ex-rays cannot be found, the next step is DNA testing. There are are several ways DNA can be detected. The first is an extraction near a tooth or from bone marrow. Skulls of burn victims are generally left in tact... Continue Reading »
Montejo v. Louisiana, No. 07-1529 (May 26, 2009): Overruled Michigan v. Jackson, a rule that forbids police from initiating interrogation of a criminal defendant once he has invoked his right to counsel at an arraignment of or similar proceeding. Court reasoned that Michigan was... Continue Reading »