New England Law Review
On October 13, 2006, a couple and their two small children were found shot to death on a desolate stretch of Florida highway. Police found tracks along the roadway belonging to a van or sport utility vehicle. Concluding that the killer and the victims may have been traveling together, police also noted that the victims may have been lying down or kneeling when shot. The mother's defensive posture indicated that she had tried to shield the children from the bullets with her body. No footprints were found in the vicinity and the only physical evidence on the scene consisted of bullet fragments and casings...
J. Herbie DiFonzo and Ruth C. Stern,
Devil in a White Coat: The Temptation of Forensic Evidence in the Age of CSI, 41 New Eng. L. Rev. 503
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