Death of a "Jewish American Princess"

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 1990 - Insanity (Law) - 307 pages
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Steven Steinberg stabbed his wife Elana 26 times. At first he insisted it was a bungled robbery attempt. Then, on the advice of his lawyer, he settled on a story of sleepwalking and temporary insanity. Steinberg's trial was an almost unbelievable miscarriage of justice which would haunt most of the people involved for years.

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Interesting true crime story of a case in the 1980s. A man first claims that "bushy haired strangers" killed his wife and then admits that he did it, but that he was sleepwalking at the time. The same ... Read full review


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