Deadly Obsession and a Restraining Order Denied: The Jesse Alvarez Case

Jesse Alvarez is charged with murder of his ex-girlfriend’s fiancée. Find out why a restraining order was denied months before the fatal ambush.

Former NFL Star Kellen Winslow II Sentenced to 14 Years In Serial Rape Case

The sentencing hearing for former NFL star Kellen Winslow II was finally at hand. As the proceedings began on March 3, 2021, gone were the days of a packed courtroom overflowing with media, family members, and the interested public. The hearing now was conducted via...

The Unthinkable: A Carlsbad Hiker Murdered and a Teen Accused

Why was beautiful Lisa Thorborg murdered in broad daylight on a popular Carlsbad hiking trail? A teen is soon accused. Attorney and true crime writer Aleida K. Wahn takes you inside the courtroom in this tragic case.

A Deadly DUI, Shattered Lives and A Navy Officer’s Early Release: How He Killed 4 and Served 2 Years and 10 Months

Without warning death fell on them from above. First there was an ear shattering bang, screeching, and then a pickup truck fell out of the sky, twisting midair as if in a movie, before nosediving into a vendor’s booth, crushing all life beneath it. It was 3:33 p.m. in...

A Son Accused: Did Wilber Romero Set the Fire That Killed His Family?

Did Wilber Romero Set the Fiery Blaze? Wendy Romero’s hair was on fire and her desperate screams filled the night. As she stood trapped at her window her hands extended through the metal security bars flailing wildly for help. It was a ghastly scene and her neighbors,...

Police Suspected Criminalist Kevin Brown of Murder. Did Their Mistake Push Him to Suicide?

Kevin Brown had reached the end. For months he had been spiraling into despair and on October 20, 2014, he could take it no longer. Leaving his Chula Vista home and his devoted wife of 21-years, he drove to the family’s mountain cabin in Cuyamaca Rancho State Park and...

The Sex-Tape Murder Trial: When There Was Sex, Lies, and a Videotape But No Body

Did a Sex-Tape Lead to Murder? There was sex, lies, and a reported videotape, but no body. Nevertheless, forty-nine-year-old Brian Eleron Hancock stood trial for first-degree murder of his friend Peter Bentz. As Hancock’s trial began on January 6, 2020, in the San...

A Mystery Drink Awaiting: Protecting Yourself When There Is A Predator Among Us

Del Mar TV: Attorneys Aleida Wahn and Meredith Levin analyze the Daniel Dorado trial, where a 61-year-old La Jolla restaurateur was charged with raping and sexually assaulting eight women, ages 22 to 57, over a nine-year period.

A Mystery Drink Awaiting: La Jolla Restaurateur Sexually Assaulted Women, But Did He Drug Them First?

Daniel Dorado, a La Jolla restaurateur, stands trial for raping and sexually assaulting eight women. What was in the mysterious drink he gave them first?

Hidden Danger: Animal Cruelty Next Door

I am honored to be in the just released show: Hidden Danger: Animal Cruelty Next Door  It was a reign of terror which would not stop! WHO was attacking beloved neighborhood dogs?  As a Navy veteran is brought to trial in this heartbreaking and terrifying case, I was...
Hidden Danger: Animal Cruelty Next Door

Hidden Danger: Animal Cruelty Next Door

I am honored to be in the just released show: Hidden Danger: Animal Cruelty Next Door  It was a reign of terror which would not stop! WHO was attacking beloved neighborhood dogs?  As a Navy veteran is brought to trial in this heartbreaking and terrifying case, I was...

True Crime: Case Files Magazine Fall 2018 Issue

True Crime: Case Files Magazine Fall 2018 Issue

Don't miss the Fall 2018 Issue of True Crime: Case Files Magazine! Here is a preview of this dynamic issue:  https://view.joomag.com/true-crime-case-files-fall-2018-edition-fall-2018/0141191001531156380?short Part 2 of my story  on the mysterious death of beautiful...

True Crime: Case Files Magazine Summer 2018 Issue

True Crime: Case Files Magazine Summer 2018 Issue

Don't miss the amazing summer issue of True Crime:Case Files! There are 86 pages of riveting true crime stories, book excerpts, a survivor's gripping account of the Parkland school shooting, support for crime victims, history and trivia, and so much...

The Trial of Julie Harper: Was It Murder or Self Defense?

The Trial of Julie Harper: Was It Murder or Self Defense?

She killed her husband.  That is a fact no one disputes, but whether Julie Elizabeth Harper should be found guilty of first degree murder, second degree murder, manslaughter, or whether she acted in justifiable self-defense after enduring years of abuse is the...