By |November 13th, 2013|Don'ts for Cross-Examination, Leading vs. Loaded, Lindbergh case|372 Comments

According to the state’s factual theory in the Lindbergh Kidnapping Case, the kidnapper used a homemade ladder to climb into the child’s second story window, and the ladder broke when he climbed back down the ladder with the added weight of the child. The child died from blunt trauma to the head, and it was [...]