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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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aired 205 days ago
An anonymous letter, containing details only the killer would know, offers clues to solving a murder.
aired 205 days ago
Parents claim that their young daughter was attacked and killed by the family dogs.
aired 206 days ago
A girl who is abducted and then released soon afterwards uses her knowledge of forensics to lead police to the kidnapper.
aired 206 days ago
Insect evidence helps to solve the mystery of a woman found dead near a river bank.
aired 206 days ago
The serial number on an artificial hip helps to solve a mystery.
aired 206 days ago
Police find fragments of deleted computer files leading them to suspect a woman's suicide is really murder.
aired 206 days ago
A seemingly model citizen turns out to be a serial killer.
aired 206 days ago
The romantic involvement of two police officers with a prostitute complicates the investigation of her death.
aired 206 days ago
A vehicle accident which leaves a young girl critically injured is deemed to be a hit-and-run; the girl's mother believes she can trace the driver and, using her own detective skills, goes on to gather evidence about the driver's identity.
aired 206 days ago
A woman dies in a horseback-riding accident, but investigators find facts that make her husband a murder suspect.
aired 206 days ago
A badly burned body is discovered after a murder-mystery theater performance.
aired 206 days ago
The pregnant wife of a young, successful attorney is found dead from a shotgun wound to the head; detailed analysis suggests that it wasn't suicide.
aired 206 days ago
A young woman goes missing without leaving many clues, but the advanced technology on offer makes it possible for cat hairs and insects to help build an image of the abductor.
aired 206 days ago
Doctors cannot pinpoint the source of a businessman's illness.
aired 206 days ago
A coroner finds telltale clues on the badly burned body of a murder victim, sending police in pursuit of a couple of killers.
aired 207 days ago
A suspicious neighbor gives police a break in a cold case.
aired 207 days ago
The similarities between an attack on a Maine State Trooper and the murder of a woman in New Jersey speed up the investigation into the killer's identity.
aired 207 days ago
A medical examiner uses a "signature" clue to link a female prison guard's death to a murder 10 years earlier.
aired 207 days ago
Investigators draw on medical science to solve baffling crimes.
aired 207 days ago
A girl faces her dark secret a year after the passing of her father.
aired 207 days ago
Two sets of scientists probe a woman's death.

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