Tom Bevel, Bevel, Gardner & Associates, Inc. and ACSR Historian
Abstract: In 1992 a double murder in El Paso County, Colorado took the lives of Kermode and Pamela Jordan. Physical evidence strongly implicated one juvenile, but failed to establish guilt for his juvenile accomplice. The statements by both boys were ruled inadmissible, which led the District Attorney to pursue a crime scene analysis and reconstruction expert to explain to the jury that one attacker could not accomplish all of the events that took place during the crime.
The Evolution of Crime Scene Reconstruction from Proto-analysis to Holistic Analysis: A Court Case that Assisted in this Evolution