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Eagle-eyed technical experts prove there is no such thing as a perfect crime as they assemble the pieces every criminal leaves behind. Dramatic crime re-creations and, sometimes, part of the investigations are a staple of the series. Some of the re-creations include alternate versions of the crimes, which are disproved by science. The show's episodes follow each case from the initial investigation until it reaches its legal resolution.

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Three years later, a second autopsy determines who's right when a medical examiner and detectives disagree on the cause of death.
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Police search every apartment building in town when the body of a young girl found on an isolated farm holds a set of keys but no ID.
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The search for a missing exotic dancer led police to an isolated 75-acre site where someone had been shot and cremated, thus destroying all evidence... almost; piece of a foot provided enough DNA for a genetic profile and positive ID.
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A quiet waitress who hasn't been to work in two days vanishes without a trace; police suspect a date gone wrong.
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Florida authorities rely on DNA evidence to try to nail the killer of a woman who was abducted from her late-night job at a convenience store, raped and strangled.
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Unsettling evidence is found in the rubble from a fire in a Seattle woman's apartment that is soon followed by another blaze just 100 feet from the first, with clues indicating a serial killer is at work.
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A family break turns into a nightmare when the wife is found face-down in a lake. With no idea whether it was murder, an accident or suicide, police turn to a new forensic technique.
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When a businessman is murdered, motives and suspects are plentiful. Was it simply a disgruntled employee or client? Or do some racy photos hold the clue to the crime?
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A woman who survived a deadly childhood fire sends police a letter charging that her father killed her mother 30 years ago.
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A new life-insurance policy sparks suspicions of murder when a Nova Scotia schoolteacher's body is found at the bottom of her basement stairs.
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A dismembered body is dumped on the side of the New Jersey Turnpike and before police realize it, bodies are turning up between two states.
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A man is found dead of an apparent suicide. But soon after, information emerges which reveals a much more menacing scenario.
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Photographs found in a dumpster lead to the killer of Los Angeles model Linda Sobek; the man claims he did not intentionally kill her despite evidence to the contrary.
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The FBI profiles a suspect in the kidnapping and murder of a 6-year-old girl during an evening church service; a witness leads authorities to the likely killer, but then becomes a victim herself.
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Investigators face a growing list of suspects after a beautiful flight attendant is brutally murdered in her own home.
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A Naval officer who threatened to go public with tales of on-the-job sexual harassment and assault is brutally murdered, but when investigators find the allegations could be part of an elaborate scheme for money, they turn to forensic science.
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Investigators see through a killer trying to cover his tracks by staging the crime scene to learn what really happened.
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A woman shot in her driveway had recently rejected a co-worker half her age.
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By cutting a strand of a murdered man's hair into sections, forensics reveal a record of his last six months alive, and find he was frequently ingesting huge amounts of arsenic.
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Initially, there were no clues in the murder of Florida college student Michelle Herndon, until a small needle mark was found on the victim's arm.
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A woman identifies her husband as her attacker, but questions arise 16 years later regarding her recollections.

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