Episode 081: Unusual Criminal Defenses: Chapter 1: The Sleepwalking Defense

from  Once Upon A Crime | True Crime

Mar 6, 2018

Three cases are outlined where a person commits murder and then blames the crime on sleepwalking.  First up, Albert Tirrell murders his mistress in 1846 claiming he was in a trance-like state at the time. Kenneth Parks travels 23 km to commit a murder - all while asleep, he claimed. Finally, another man tries to use the sleepwalking defense after killing his wife in Phoenix, Arizona in 1997. Sponsors: Simple Contacts - www.simplecontacts.com/onceupon Use offer code ONCEUPON for $30 off your firs...more

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