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Case Reviews and Summary Reports

In order to provide each case with the comprehensive review and attention to detail it deserves, we limit the number of cases we accept each quarter. Please keep these limitations in mind when requesting a review with anticipated completion dates.

It should be noted that data related to Sleep Forensics Criminal Data has been presented by Michel A. Cramer Bornemann, MD for scientific peer review at the following International Scientific and Medical Conferences:

ROYAL SOCIETY of MEDICINE (RSM)
“Neurobehavioral Investigation- Implications for Mens Rea”
Symposium “Consciousness, Sleep, and the Law”
London, England, Sept. 21, 2009

“Zolpidem (AmbienTM) Toxicity and Evaluation”,
Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) Symposium,
Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (MnBCA)
Saint Paul, Minnesota, Jan. 6, 2010

“SLEEP FORENSICS- A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE… OR AN AVENUE FOR POST-MARKETING ANALYSIS OF ZOLPIDEM?”, Michel A. Cramer Bornemann, Mark W. Mahowald, Carlos H. Schenck, WorldSleep2011, 6th Congress of the World Federation of Sleep Research and Sleep Medicine Societies, Kyoto, Japan, Oct. 16-20, 2011

“Sexsomnia and Neurobehavioral Attributes in Sleep Forensics”, 33rd International Congress of Mental Health and Law, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 2013

“Sexsomnia and Sleep Forensics- The Interface Between Sleep-Related Abnormal Sexual Behaviors and the Law”, APSS SLEEP 2014, Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 2 – 4 2014

The following statistics are from reviewed cases accepted by members of Sleep Forensics Associates.

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