Category Archives: circumstantial evidence

How to Win a Circumstantial Evidence DUI Case

Although most drivers provide either a breath or blood chemical sample, about 20% of DUI cases rely exclusively on circumstantial evidence. Sometimes, information gathered at the one-on-one or checkpoint stop, which we examined in a previous post,... Continue reading →

Microbiologist Arraigned on Murder Charges

At a California hearing, former Northwestern University Professor Wyndam Lathem stood formally accused of the murder of Trenton Cornell-Duranleau. The 26-year-old man was found stabbed to death in the 42-year-old professor’s Chicago apartment. Prof... Continue reading →