Heath's Case

Omission or Oversight?

On January 18, 1997, just hours after the murders of Joe, Barbara, and Heather Stocks, interviews by investigators are documented to have begun; the first at 7:50 a.m., the last at approximately 8:15 p.m. According to documents of the Arkansas Police Department, Criminal Investigation Division (ASP-DCID), nineteen interviews were held at numerous locations; Arkadelphia Police… Continue reading Omission or Oversight?

Heath's Case

Discovery and Publicity

Discovery, in both civil and criminal litigation, is everything. Determining fact from fiction, by way of evidence, in physical or material form, or with witness or accomplice statements, is the foundation of all cases. Evidence that is circumstantial, that point toward or suggest tangible evidence or events, is the handkerchief hidden in the attorneys’ sleeve,… Continue reading Discovery and Publicity