Deborah Tuerkheimer
Deborah Tuerkheimer

Deborah Tuerkheimer, a professor of law at Northwestern, is a former assistant district attorney in Manhattan who has written widely on rape and domestic violence. Her new book is Flawed Convictions: “Shaken Baby Syndrome” and the Inertia of Injustice.

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Dec. 31 2015 12:22 PMThe Cosby Case Raises Important Questions on How States Define Sexual Assault
Jurisprudence
May 1 2014 10:55 AMFinally, a Judge Calls Shaken Baby Diagnosis an “Article of Faith”And frees Jennifer Del Prete, who was sentenced for murder 10 years ago.
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