1996-2011 True Crime
As criminals continue to innovate and come up with ever more creative and sinister ways to try and hide their crimes, the police departments from around the world are being driven to adapt quicker, than those on the wrong side of the law to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to justice. Forensic files looks at high profile cases from across the globe that pushed the boundaries and the limits of policing and forced police officials to think out of the box in order to bring the true criminals to justice by aiding the judicial process and protecting the innocent parties from crime and mistaken convictions through their work.
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Forensic Files Traffic Violations
When a young woman is found dead police immediately focus their attention on her husband. Not until they examine cell phone records and a unique shoe print do they realize the real killer has been a bit too close for comfort the entire time.
Forensic Files Concrete Alibi
An aspiring model turns up dead and the suspect is obvious. But when things don't turn out quite the way police planned, they have to dig a little deeper. Leaving no stone unturned, a forensic geologist points police to some unlikely suspects.
Forensic Files Key Evidence
An Illinois community is outraged when an off-duty police officer is shot and killed. Police are able to key in on a suspect and with the help of a gunshot residue expert and trace evidence expert make sure their killer pays for his crime.
Forensic Files Sole Searching
It's not only a fingerprint which can link a killer to a crime; a shoe print can be just as telling. Armed with little else, police hoped the shoe impressions found at a Lansing, Michigan crime scene would put their investigation back on track.
Forensic Files Undertaken
The medical examiner ruled the death an accident, but the detectives investigating the case thought the evidence at the scene indicated otherwise. It would take three years, an exhumation and a second autopsy to determine who was right.