How to protect yourself from being catfished

With Valentine’s Day approaching, my private investigations agency begins to receive more inquiries for services related to “catfishing”. This is where people have fallen for someone online, but have nagging...

How One Murder Could Reshape Oklahoma

Carpenter v. Murphy isn’t one of the more high-profile Supreme Court cases in recent years, but it may lead to one of the most consequential decisions this term.

The Rising Tide of Wrongful Convictions

On March 7, 2017, the registry released a report summarizing the data it had documented since its founding: 1,994 exonerations. (The number is now above 2,100.) Seventy-eight percent of the exonerations did not involve...

Murder on a Mountain Bike

When 60-year-old Tim Watkins disappeared on a stretch of singletrack outside Colorado Springs, no one suspected that the truth of how he died would rip the community apart.

My Mother Taught Me To Kill

“Do it, Kenny! Kill her! Do it, Kenny!”  – I look up to see a slight foam in the corner of my mother’s mouth as she shouts these words at me.