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Craig M. Cooley served as a Staff Attorney with the Innocence Project in New York City for five years, where he represented indigent inmates from across the United States trying to prove their innocence with DNA testing. Mr. Cooley obtained DNA testing for several of his clients that ultimately exonerated 10 innocent prisoners.
Prior to joining the Innocence Project, Mr. Cooley served as an Assistant Federal Defender in Las Vegas, Nevada where he represented Nevada death row inmates pursing federal habeas relief.
During law school, Mr. Cooley served as an Investigator with the Office of the State Appellate Defenders, Death Penalty Trial Assistance Division in Chicago, Illinois, where he provided assistance on several cases affected by Governor George Ryan’s 2003 pardons and commutations. A graduate of Northwestern School of Law, Mr. Cooley has served as an adjunct professor of law at St. John’s School of Law, Hofstra School of Law, and Cardozo School of Law. His scholarship includes articles in Stanford Law & Policy Review, Indiana Law Journal, George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal, New England Law Review, and others law journals and reviews. Mr. Cooley also received his graduate degree in forensic science from the University of New Haven and his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
|Shawn M. Mikulay, PhD
Dr. Shawn Mikulay is a Professor of Psychology at Elgin Community College in Elgin, Illinois where he teaches coursework in general, forensic, developmental, and experimental psychology, human sexuality, and criminal profiling. Dr. Mikulay has been with Elgin Community College since 1995.
Dr. Mikulay received his Doctorate of Philosophy in Psychology from Northern Illinois University (1998). He received his Master of Arts in Psychology (1995) and Master of Science in Industrial Management (1996). During graduate school, he taught as an adjunct instructor at Concordia University, Kishwaukee College, Waubonsee Community College, and Elgin Community College.
His research has been published in Genetic, Social, & General Psychology Monographs, Educational & Psychological Measurement, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior.
He is currently the vice-president of the International Association of Forensic Criminologists.
Dr. Mikulay's areas of research and expertise include workplace deviance, forensic victimology, behavioral analysis, offender modus operandi, and offender signature behavior.
He can be contacted via e-mail at email@example.com.
|Brent E. Turvey, PhD
Brent E. Turvey spent his first years in college on a pre-med track only to change his course of study once his true interests took hold. He received a B.S. from Portland State University in psychology, with an emphasis on forensic psychology, and an additional B.S. in history.
He went on to receive his master’s of science in forensic science after studying at the University of New Haven in West Haven, Connecticut (1996) - and later completed his PhD in Criminology from Bond University.
Since 1996, Brent has consulted with many organizations, attorneys, and law enforcement agencies in the United States, Australia, Scotland, China, Canada, Barbados, Singapore, and Korea on a range of rapes, homicides, and serial/multiple rape/death cases as a forensic scientist and criminal profiler. In August 2002, he was invited by the Chinese People’s Police Security University (CPPSU) in Beijing to lecture before groups of detectives at the Beijing, Wuhan, Hanzou, and Shanghai police bureaus. In 2005, he was invited back to China, to lecture at the CPPSU, and to the police in Beijing and Xian—after the translation of the second edition of his text into Chinese for the university. In 2007, he was invited to lecture at the First Behavioral Sciences Conference at the Home Team (Police) Academy in Singapore, where he also provided training to their behavioral science unit. In 2010, he examined a series of sexual homicides for the Solicitor General of the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Brent has been court qualified as an expert in the areas of criminal profi ling, victimology, crime scene investigation, sex crimes investigation, false reports, crime scene analysis, forensic science, and crime reconstruction in many courts and jurisdictions (state and federal) around the United States, in both civil and criminal matters.
Brent has also published in numerous peer-reviewed journals, contributed chapters to numerous textbooks, and has contributed to both the first and second edition of the Encyclopedia of Forensic Science..
Brent is the author of Criminal Profiling: An Introduction to Behavioral Evidence Analysis , first, second, third, and fourth editions (1999, 2002, 2008, 2010); and coauthor of Crime Reconstruction, first and second editions (2006, 2011), Rape Investigation Handbook, first and second editions (2004, 2011), Forensic Victimology (2009), and Forensic Criminology (2010) — all with Academic/Elsevier Science.
Brent is currently a full partner, forensic scientist, criminal profiler, and instructor with Forensic Solutions, LLC, and has been an adjunct professor of Justice Studies at Oklahoma City University since 2003. He can be contacted via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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