CSI Evidence

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Forensic Science has become a popular profession due to show such as Crime Scene Investigation also known as CSI. Television shows like these give the general audience a glimpse of how science is used to solve crimes. And though some scenes are exaggerated and create what is known as “The CSI Effect”. The ability to solve a crime in hours or days has been exaggerated by the writers. The creators of show like these hire professionals to act as technical advisors and ensure the show is as realistic as possible. In this paper I will analyst an episode from the show CSI. The CSI episode I decided to analyst was “Assume Nothing” from Season 4 Episode 7. In this episode the writers added many twist to the story line. The episode started off by…show more content…
As the investigation continued, the team was called to another crime scene in which another women was found dead in a motel room with the same laceration to the neck, she also happen to be a married women. As the team looked for her husband with no success, he was found hours later by another motel guest dead and his body had been stuffed in the ice maker outside the motel. Both crime scenes had similar traits as those from the previous crime scene found days earlier. The CSI team began to find similar clues, both couples were married and from talking to witnesses both couples were looking for some fun. From the evidence revealed by witnesses to the CSI team, it revealed that there were more than one suspect who they were looking for. Upon collection of evidence and questioning of witnesses they narrowed the search to a couple who had been identifies in both locations. Additionally, one of the suspects had been identified by the bloody fingerprint she had left behind at one of the crime scene and saliva residue found in one of the victims ears. Both samples revealed the blood and saliva sample belonged to a

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