SERIAL KILLERS AND THE AFTERMATH by Rosemary J. Erickson Ph.D. is now Available in paperback at Amazon

Top Quote The book provides a gritty coverage of four serial killer cases, for which Dr. Erickson was an expert witness. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) April 02, 2018 - The first part of her book provides a behind-the-scenes look of how she became a female expert witness. The aftermath occurs, when the civil suit is filed. That is when Dr. Erickson goes to work to determine if the place where the crime occurred has liability.

    Four of the serial killer cases, for which she was an expert witness in the civil suits, are the centerpiece of this book. As a forensic sociologist and expert witness, she is involved in the aftermath of such a violent event. She may be hired either as a defense expert witness or a plaintiff's expert witness,when a civil suit follows a violent event, such as these serial killings.

    Dr. Erickson grew up on a farm in South Dakota and went on to become a nationally renowned expert witness on violent crime. She received a B.A. in psychology at Augustana University in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. She later received her M.A. in Sociology at San Diego State University, and then her Ph.D. in Sociology: Justice at the American University in Washington, DC. She has taught at the American University and San Diego State University. She has also consulted and trained corporations and government agencies worldwide in crime prevention and written other books on crime and its causes. Because this book is written by sociologist, it is believed to be suitable as a supplementary text for students studying sociology, criminology, psychology, forensic science, law enforcement, and the law.

  • FB Icon Twitter Icon In-Icon
Contact Information