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Sometimes, it’s not in the eye of the beholder

Sometimes, it’s not in the eye of the beholder

When it comes to eyewitness reporting, such evidence may not be as reliable as is believed writes Nicola Mitchell. In 1985 in the US state of Wisconsin, Steven Avery was convicted of the sexual assault of Penny Ann Bernsteen. He was jailed for 32 years based on Bernsteen’s identification of Avery as her assailant, despite Avery’s defence producing 16 alibi […]

by · August 8, 2016 · Features
A crime like no other

A crime like no other

Investigating the serious crime of sexual assault or rape is perhaps one of the most challenging jobs that confronts police forces advises Nicola Mitchell. Rape is a serious violent crime perpetrated overwhelmingly by men against women, children, and men. It is the most underreported of all violent crime in the US with only 16-39% of rapes being reported. In England […]

by · May 27, 2016 · Features