Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

The Killing of Lisa Steinberg


Clifford, Timothy and Whitaker, Barbara. "Hedda Weeps as She Recalls Lisa's Death", December 2, 1988, Newsday.

Erlanger, Steven. "Officials Said to Ignore Pleas for Abused Girl", November 4, 1987, "A Widening Pattern of Abuse Exemplified in Steinberg Case", November 8, 1987, The New York Times

Goldman, John J. "Maximum Sentence in Girl's Death", The Los Angeles Times, March 25, 1989.    

Johnson, Joyce (1990) What Lisa Knew. NYC, NY: G.P. Putnam's Sons.    

Johnson, Julie. "Adoption of Slain Girl, 6, May Not Have Occurred", November 7, 1987, The New York Times

Kaye, Judge decision on "The People & C., Respondent, V. Joel Steinberg, AKA Joel Barnet Steinberg, Appellant "(79 NY 2d 673, 595 N.E. 2nd 845, 584 N.Y. S. 2d 770 (1992))

Kilgannon, Corey. "Hedda Nussbaum, Starting Over". Westchester Weekly Desk, The New York Times}, April 7, 2002.    

Knappman, Edward W. (1994) Great American Trials. Detroit, MI: Visible Ink press.    

McFadden, Robert D. "Parents of Girl, 6, Charged With Murder After She Dies", November 6, 1987, "Slain Girl Was Abused For Weeks, Evidence Shows", November 8, 1987, "Troopers Took Photos of Girl In Abuse Case", November 10, 1987, "Lawyer Indicted in the Slaying of His Daughter", November 12, 1987,The New York Times

Purdum, Todd S. "Abused Girl is Declared Brain Dead", November 5, 1987, The New York Times

"Parole Hearing January 15, 2002" Transcript furnished by the State of New York Division of Parole, 97 Central Avenue, Albany NY 12206.

Russo, Francine. "The Faces of Hedda Nussbaum", The New York Times, March 30, 1997.

Sisk, Richard. "Lawyer Was Coked Up Says Client". The Daily News,  November 5, 1987.

Stephens, Mitchell. "It's News, But Is Steinberg's Case Really Significant?" Newsday, December 20,1988.    

Sullivan, Ronald. "Stifling Tears, Nussbaum Recounts Lisa's Last Days", December 2, 1988,  "Nussbaum Testimony is Called a Risk", December 4, 1988,  "Steinberg's Lawyer Predicts Conviction", January 6, 1989, "A Witness Says Nussbaum Hit and Flung Lisa", January 7, 1989, "Steinberg Jury Asks Judge to Define Lesser Charge", January 29, 1989, "Steinberg is Guilty of First Degree Manslaughter", January 31, 1989, The New York Times.

Uhlig, Mark A. "A System that Couldn't Save A Child From Lethal Abuse", November 6, 1987, The New York Times.

Wise, Daniel. "NYC Settles Lisa Child Abuse Suit",  New York Law Journal,  October 1, 1999.


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