TITLE

The People vs. Joel Steinberg

PUB. DATE
April 2000
SOURCE
Current Legal Documents;1950-, p0
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents the opinion of the court from the June 11, 1992 New York City murder trial of Joel Steinberg, on trial for the killing of his adopted 6-year-old daughter, Lisa. Description of the murder, the time, place and circumstance; The role of Steinberg's girlfriend, Hedda Nussbaum, in the girl's death; Steinberg's history of abuse and violence; Decision of the court regarding charges of murder and manslaughter.
ACCESSION #
3666532

Tags: STEINBERG, Joel -- Trials, litigation, etc.;  TRIALS (Murder);  CHILD abuse;  NUSSBAUM, Hedda;  CASE studies;  DEATH;  STEINBERG, Lisa, 1981-1987

 

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