A man is murdered — brutally stabbed with a steak knife. When Sgt. Ivan Mendez is called in to collect evidence it seems there is no hope of finding the killer's fingerprints. Without a print, even if a suspect is found there might not be a conviction.
Equipment salesman Michael Marques is murdered in his own driveway. His neighbor confesses that he and a relative murdered him for money and dumped his body miles away. A K-9 unit has to sniff out the evidence.
A 16 year-old disappears from her father's house. A family friend brags about burying a girl "in the middle of nowhere." With the help of their trusted hounds, canine handlers Joe Nick and Bryan Trexler must take over where all others have failed.
A woman is ambushed in front of her home and shot at close range. Ballistics expert Kurt Tempinski must connect the dots, matching bullets to gun and gun to suspect. If he can't do it, a murderer will go free.
When an 82-year-old woman is brutally murdered in her home, all forensic serologist Gordon Calvert has is a small bit of blood and thousands of hairs as evidence. After a year of literally splitting hairs, he isolates one that will lead to the killer.
At a house in Poughkeepsie, a serial killer stores eight dead bodies. After nearly a decade, the dead bodies are unearthed in an attempt to bring the killer to justice.
A robbery turns deadly and while the criminal tries to hide the evidence, high-tech crime fighting equipment goes into action. Shot Spotter alerts investigators who arrive at the scene before the evidence trail can go cold.
For 40 years "Jane Doe" lay in an unmarked grave, the victim of a vicious murder. Her identity was never discovered. But now with advances in forensic science, Forensic Anthropologist Erin Kimmerle believes she can put a face to the victim.
A Florida man arrived home to find his wife murdered and his house robbed. It looks like a burglary gone wrong, but blood on the husband's clothes may tell a different story. Blood Spatter expert Stuart James separates fact from fiction.
Rising soccer star Mathew Maher rear ends a minivan. The struck vehicle swerves into the guard rail and its driver is killed. Maher says that he was driving the speed limit and he could not avoid the minivan. A crash expert steps in to read the scene.
When a skeleton is found near bullets on a hiking trail, Royce D. Wilson and his Forensic Services team search the scene for evidence. How will they determine what was left by the criminal and what may have been left by innocent hikers?