It is very likely, if you write crime stories, that at some point you will write about a vulnerable member of the public in your list of characters. Perhaps this is a child who has witnessed a crime, maybe the …read more →
If you already read through my post ‘Top 5 TED Talks for the Aspiring Crime Writer’ and are looking for fresh content to inspire, look no further than this list of 7 more talks!
Eyewitness testimony (EWT) is a legal term for the account of an event, given by a witness or observer. This could include specifics about a suspect, victim, the timeline of events or perhaps details about the scene. The testimony of …read more →
A police lineup or ‘identity parade’ if you are in the UK, is used for one of two reasons: to identify a suspect or to confirm a suspicion. A lineup is required only if the witness remembers characteristics about the …read more →