Medicine’s Stephen Noffsinger explains the controversial nature of dissociative identity disorder in the courtroom

Dissociative identity disorder, at issue in Casper killing, is rare condition with controversial reputation

Casper Star-Tribune: Stephen Noffsinger, professor at the School of Medicine and adjunct professor at the School of Law, discussed the hallmarks of dissociative identity disorder and how it’s used in criminal defense cases in the courtroom.