Steven Steinberg stabbed his wife 26 times. Mr. Steinburg fabricated a story about a break in and robbery. Police found no evidence of this, but Steinberg was found not guilty on the grounds of somnambulism or sleepwalking murder. The jury found him temporarily insane when he committed the crimes. 3.
The boys were interrogated, confessed, and then sent to prison. In 2002, someone stepped forward from prison to confess that he was the real rapist. Why the five boys confessed isn't known, but the police interrogation may have played a role. False confessions, which come after police interrogation, are deemed involuntary. They can be differentiated with voluntary false confessions, in which someone walks in off the street and confesses to law enforcement.
Dahmer was paroled from the work release camp two months early, and he soon moved into a new apartment. Shortly thereafter, he began a string of murders that ended with his arrest in 1991 (Wikipedia, June 2009. Jeffrey Dahmer: Early Life). As early as 1989, when Jeff was facing sentencing for child molestation, Lionel felt that his "son would never be more than he seemed to be — a liar, an alcoholic, a thief, an exhibitionist, a molester of children. I could not imagine how he had become such a ruined soul... For the first time, I no longer believed that my efforts and resources alone would be enough to save my son.
Charles was arrested in Indiana and escaped from a juvy center after just four days confinement, getting away in a stolen car. On his way to visit some Illinois relatives, the then 13 year old performed more robberies. Manson had been sent off to a reform school in Plainfield, Indiana, where he spent three years. At this location, he recollects violent abuse by older boys and guards. If we can find it possible to trust his memory, he claims at least one guard encouraged other boys to rape and torture Manson, while the officer masturbated on the
A warrant was issued for his arrest after police wanted to question him in relation to an assault in the Sydney suburb of Zetland. At about 7pm (AEDT) on December 29, a 50-year-old Zetland man was allegedly assaulted and his Mercedes four-wheel-drive was stolen from his home. The alleged thief was someone whom the man had met online, police said. The NSW Supreme Court was told in 2005 that Jennings had stabbed Giuseppe Vitale in the neck with a kitchen knife after being tied up during a sexual liaison with the man, whom he had met through the internet. He was found not guilty of murdering Giuseppe Vitale on grounds of mental illness in 2005 by the NSW Supreme Court.
After serving almost 15 years in prison, his exoneration was not until 2002. Some contributing factors to the wrongful conviction of Bromgard are as follows. Eye Witness Misidentification In the Bromgard case, one of the police officers thought it could be Bromgard because the victim’s wallet was close to the Bromgard home. Though the victim picked Bromgard out of a line up, she was unsure and stated so in court she was only 65% sure he was the man who assaulted her. Even, though the victim stated several times she was unsure of Bromgard her attacker, he was on trial for sexual intercourse without consent.
‘In 1978, Maxwell Confiat a male prostitute was murdered, three teenage boys who were poorly educated and all under the age of eighteen years were found guilty of his unlawful death. Whilst in custody and under investigation the three boys were given no access to mature legal advice and were questioned for hours upon end, until they were broken down and they confessed to murdering Maxwell Confiat. Eventually new evidence came to light that proved the boys innocence. The police had apparently falsified evidence. A Royal Commission under Sir Cyril Philips (‘The Philip’s Inquiry’) followed taking evidence from 1978-1981.The Philips Inquiry led to the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984’.
 Arrested a month before his 16th birthday, he was tried and convicted as a minor. By law, this meant that he would be released and his criminal records sealed as soon as he turned 21.  Price bragged that he would "make history" when he was released.  The case led to changes in state law to allow juveniles to be tried as adults for serious crimes, but these could not be applied retroactively to Price.  Due to the brutality of his crimes and the opinion of state psychologists that he
Charles, then 31, stated that he had been a drug addict since the age of 16. While the case was dismissed because of the manner in which the evidence was obtained, Charles's situation did not improve until a few years later. Individuals such as Quincy Jones and Reverend Henry Griffin felt that those around Charles were responsible for his drug use. By 1964 Charles' drug addiction caught up with him and he was arrested for possession of marijuana and heroin. Following a self-imposed stay at St. Francis Hospital in Lynwood, California, Charles received five years' probation.
I became a mentor for troubled young men at my church 5 years ago. I mentored this 13 year-old young man named Armand. Due to lack of volunteers, our mentoring program was shut down. I just received a call two weeks ago that Armand was arrested on 24 counts of robbery. They pegged him as the ring leader in a string of robberies in East Contra Costa County.