Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

The Claus von Bulow Case


Breton, Tracy. "This time, it may become the trial of 'Sunny' von Bülow" Providence Journal-Bulletin. 7 April 1985: A-1.

—. "Defense unable to shake maid's testimony." 30 April 1985 A-7.

—. "Defense lawyer concentrates on maid's role in making stepson suspicious of von Bülow" 2 May 1985 A-16.

—. "Black bag is core of state's case; jury won't learn some of contents" 22 May 1985: A-8.

—. "Von Bülow under oath" 23 October 1986 A-1.

—. "Judge: von Bülow has explaining to do" Providence (R.I.) Journal-Bulletin 19 February 1987: A-13.

—. "Von Bülow, stepchildren are negotiating settlement" 19 December 1987: A-13.

—. "Von Bülow settles suit; Cosima to get legacy" 24 December 1987 A-1

Dershowitz, Alan M. 1986. Reversal of Fortune. Random House: New York.

Duggan, Paul. "Juror cites lack of proof; original panelists disagree" Providence Journal-Bulletin 12 June 1985: A-2

—. "Von Bülow always knew wealth, but he has never possessed it" 6 May 1985. A-1

Krupa, Gregg. "Maid: Sunny was healthy before coma" Providence (R.I.) Journal-Bulletin. 25 April 1985: A-1.

— "Some von Bülow evidence allowed, others rejected" 25 April 1985: A-1

—."Von Auersperg testifies he knew at once that Sunny von Bülow needed a doctor" 1 May 1985: A-1.

Rosenberg, Alan. "Stepchildren insist he is guilty" Providence Journal-Bulletin 11 June 1985. A-8

Rosenberg, Alan and Tracy Breton. "Defense: 'Sunny' tried suicide" Providence Journal-Bulletin. 29 May 1985: A-1.

Rosenberg, Alan and Gregg Krupa. "Von Bülow Verdict: Innocent" Providence Journal-Bulletin: 10 June 1985: A-1.

Sullivan, Eric. "Von Bülow Recounts Trial Experiences" Harvard Law Review, April 4, 1986.

Wright, William. 1983. The von Bülow Affair Delacorte Press: New York.