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Category Archives: Criminal Defense Studies

Study Shows Sleep Deprivation More Likely to Lead False Confessions

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

In our society, it is well-known that a good night’s sleep is crucial for your emotional, physical, and mental well-being. Sleep allows the body to relax and recharge from the day so that the next day, you are functioning effectively in the world around you. The study of sleep deprivation has revealed significant results… Read More »

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New Study Points to Correlation Between Low Resting Heart Rate and Violent Tendencies

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

Our society consistently looks to figure out what characteristics and traits can predict criminal behavior. For hundreds of years, studies were conducted looking at physical traits, genetic makeup, and any physical hints as to why some people act in a certain behavior. Even though no one profile fits what a criminal is and motives… Read More »

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Study Finds that Personality Distortions May Be Significant Factor in Criminal Offenses, Not Mental Illness

By Kevin J. Kulik, P.A. |

When assessing the character traits of criminal defendants who have committed extremely violent acts, sometimes the conversation stops at the suggestion that the defendants were afflicted by serious mental illness and their actions were the result of this. It is easy to group all criminal defendants with violent tendencies into one category of “Serious… Read More »

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