In Faith, Forensics, and Firearms, author Charles Zeiders offers case studies in forensic psychology from a Christian and Jungian perspective.
When one seeks civil redress for trauma, even a favorable outcome will not likely heal the heart of a plaintiff who has been raped, beaten, humiliated, violated, or treated unjustly. Forensic psychology analyzes human behavior as it applies to the law. The forensic psychologist establishes the merits of a case, then writes a report.
The following three case studies are included:
¬ A student’s contested application to own a firearm
¬ The rape of a patient’s wife and the violent death of their son
¬ The assault of an African American mother by plainclothes police after they refuse to cease harassing her children