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OOPS, HOW DO YOU MAKE CHLOROFORM, ANYWAY?

March 6, 2017 // Ask Amy // No Comments

OOPS, HOW DO YOU MAKE CHLOROFORM, ANYWAY? By: Amy Singer, PhD., Kristina Denius, JD. & Dan Reyes  March 6, 2017 It has been five and a half years since a jury found Casey Anthony not guilty of first-degree murder in […]

The Curious Case of Philando Castile and the Little Voice in the Backseat

August 30, 2016 // Uncategorized // No Comments

August 30, 2016 One of the more disturbing aspects of this case is the presence of the four year old child in the backseat of the vehicle being driven by Mr. Castile. This child, whose mother Diamond Reynolds was in the front […]

Social media delayed: a case of life and death

September 30, 2014 // Law, Social Media // No Comments

By Jo-Ellan Dimitrius, Ph.D., Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Diana Greninger Jury selection for Jodi Arias sentencing phase began this Monday in Arizona.  Given this case’s publicity, social media has once again come into question.  As citizens, we must ask ourselves, […]

Using Social Media Analytics (Wizpor®) In Zimmerman Jury De-Selection

June 20, 2013 // Social Media // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Diana Greninger After seven days of jury selection, attorneys and the judge in the case against George Zimmerman have managed to find 40 individuals to participate in the second phase of voir dire. In terms […]

Former BP Engineer Kurt Mix Asks For Charges Against Him To Be Dismissed

November 19, 2012 // BP, BP, Business, Law, News and Views // No Comments

Article written by Walter Pavlo Can a person be charged for Obstruction of Justice and go to prison for 20 years for throwing away personal information during a federal investigation? I’m not sure what the answer to that is but […]

BP to Pay Record $4.5B Criminal Fine Over 2010 Oil Spill

November 19, 2012 // BP, BP, Business, Law, News and Views // One Comment

  By Matthew Huisman BPPLC has reached a settlement today with the Justice Department, in which the company will pay $4.5 billion and plead guilty to criminal misconduct charges related to the Deepwater Horizon explosion.