Forensics: Roberson baby murder trial continues with a host of defense medical experts and “new evidence” found by a court clerk from past death penalty trial.

Its also about the lethality of a 3 foot fall and an autistic defendant who “acted strange” after the baby died.

Mar. 13—The evidentiary hearing in the death penalty case of Robert Leslie Roberson III, continued through Friday, March 12 in a hybrid of Zoom and in-person testimony at the Anderson County Courthouse. Roberson, of Palestine, was found guilty of capital murder in connection with the death of his daughter, 2-year-old Nikki Curtis, who died of blunt-force head injuries at a Dallas hospital on …
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Dr. Michael Bowers is a long time forensic consultant in the US and international court systems.
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