Kristin R. Brown

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Kristin Brown graduated magna cum laude from Texas Wesleyan School of Law and then obtained a Master of Laws in Trial Advocacy from Temple University Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, PA. A graduate of the Trial Lawyer’s College in Dubois, Wyoming—an elite organization that accepts only those attorneys who serve the people, not the government. Kristin is expected to graduate May 2017 with a Masters of Science degree in Forensic Science through the University of Florida’s College of Pharmacy, and is currently working on a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology from the University of North Dakota, for which she wrote this paper. Kristin, who has practiced solely criminal defense—trials, appeals, and habeas—since becoming licensed, offices in Dallas. She argues regularly in trial and appellate courts, and is admitted in the federal bars in the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas, as well as the United States Supreme Court. Her hobbies include traveling, learning, reading, running, weight-training, yoga and pilates, wine, and spending time with family and friends. She can be reached at kbrown@idefenddfw.com .

Stories from Kristin R. Brown

Can the Ails of the Cross-Race Effect on Eyewitness Testimony Be Cured?
Thursday, March 9th, 2017

In 1984, a man broke into Jennifer Thomson’s home, where he raped her (“The Story of Ronald Cotton,” retrieved from www.innocenceproject.org/cases/ronald-cotton/). At trial, Thompson reported having made considerable effort to memorize her attacker’s face.