Blog Posts in April, 2013

  • Expert Discusses Witness Mistaken Identity

    || 24-Apr-2013

    The San Antonio Express-News recently ran an interview with Gary L. Wells, a psychology professor at Iowa State University and also the director of social science for the American Judicature Society’s Institute of Forensic Science and Public Policy. Wells has been studying witness identification since 1975. He has conducted extensive research on lineup procedures and the accuracy of witness ...
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  • Mental Health and Criminal History Off Limits for Some

    || 24-Apr-2013

    In the wake of the Long Star College Cy-Fair campus multiple stabbing incident, there has been questions about why students are not screened before admittance. According to KVUE, the answer is simple: it’s illegal. In the state of Texas the law states that public institutions, such as schools, do not have the legal right to question whether a prospective or current student has a history of ...
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  • Burglar Caught on Camera Near Sugar Land

    || 12-Apr-2013

    A burglar in Fort Bend County was caught in early April by a family’s eight surveillance cameras, according to Kens5News.com. The family lives in the Village of Oak Lake subdivision near Sugar Land, according to Kens5, and had the surveillance cameras installed after “someone walked into their house a few months ago.” The cameras showed the thief getting into one of their ...
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  • A 44 year-old Von Ormy woman has been sentenced to 30 years in prison of the September 2011 murder of her boyfriend. Beatrice Ann Ibanez pleaded guilty to stabbing Alfred Ramirez, 46, in the heart. Ibanez initially claimed self-defense after the murder. But prosecutors had a problem with that defense because it was the same one Ibanez used in 1996 after she stabbed another boyfriend to death. ...
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