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Criminal Law, Translation

The German Criminal Justice System Explained in English

For almost a year now, this blog has been mostly about the Jens Söring case, but I plan to return to actual posting about the German legal system, now that the situation around Söring seems to have gone quiet. Obviously, I'll come back to Söring if there are any new developments! But for now, from… Continue reading The German Criminal Justice System Explained in English

Criminal Law, Evidence, Murder, Police and Prosecutors, Soering, True Crime

My Prediction of the New Theory of ‘Small Town, Big Crime’

The creators of Small Town, Big Crime have announced that in their upcoming episode, they will evaluate the Washington Marriott alibi and do some "forensic testing" of their own in aid of a new theory of the case which nobody they've talked to yet has endorsed. I enjoy putting predictions up on this site and seeing… Continue reading My Prediction of the New Theory of ‘Small Town, Big Crime’

Criminal Law, Evidence, Murder, Police and Prosecutors, Soering, True Crime

Söring and Most Supporters Retreat into Awkward Silence

The most recent episode of Small Town Big Crime on the Söring case is out, called "The Battle Lines". The podcasters continue their vain attempts to get anyone in the Söring camp to comment on the gaps and inconsistencies in Söring's story. They first reach out to Söring, who stonewalls them. As I predicted in… Continue reading Söring and Most Supporters Retreat into Awkward Silence

Criminal Law, Evidence, Murder, Police and Prosecutors, Soering, Translation

What Can New DNA Testing Prove? And Will Söring Ever Talk to Reporters Again?

From listening to the Small Town, Big Crime (STBC) podcast, it appears that the fearless podcasters may be contemplating a push to conduct new DNA tests on objects found at the Haysom murders crime scene (not just the evidence samples). This is something that Soering supporter Chip Harding has also called for. Wes Nance, the… Continue reading What Can New DNA Testing Prove? And Will Söring Ever Talk to Reporters Again?