Famed criminologist Dr. Henry Lee is holding a news conference on Thursday to address new inaccuracy claims against him.
A week and a half after a mass shooting left 59 dead and hundreds injured, police in Las Vegas are still struggling to find a motive in the shooting. Now a world famous forensic scientist from our area is weighing in with his thoughts.
From the Wood Chipper murder case, to the OJ Simpson trial and hundreds in between, Dr. Henry Lee has worked on some of the world’s most high profile investigations.
“This case, is a solvable case.”
(WTNH)– Famed criminologist Dr. Henry Lee is facing a new accusation of providing inaccurate testimony about critical blood evidence at a murder trial leading to a wrongful conviction, according to our media partners at the Hartford Courant. The Courant reports that the most recent conviction is in connection to a murder of Darien man George […]
For more than a decade, Jane Doe No More has been a powerful voice to change the way society responds to sexual violence victims.
There’s an update on a story we first told you about one week ago. All of it have to do with a late veteran’s flag, which was found in West Haven. We now know who it belongs to.
Officials with the Los Angeles Police Department say they’re conducting tests on a knife found on O.J. Simpson’s old property and forensic expert Dr. Henry Lee, who testified at his trial in the mid 1990s, thinks it could be a game changer.
A judge has ordered the release of a man who has been imprisoned for more than 30 years for a murder conviction that was overturned last month by the state Supreme Court.
For two straight days, hundreds of law enforcement officers are at the University of New Haven studying a new kind of crime.