Prosecutor Marcia Clark of 'Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48' spoke with A&E Real Crime about the suffering she felt after the O.J. trial, why we're fascinated by brutal crimes and why she'd make a good juror.
One of the most important jobs for investigators who find a fresh corpse at a crime scene is to narrow the window for time of death so detectives can better zero in on suspects. But ascertaining time of death is easier said than done.
We ask retired CSI detective Ken Martin about the legitimacy of TV cops digging bullets out of walls, tying red strings through a scene, and other forensic techniques to learn which are real and which are just for the camera.
In the second part of a three-part series on crime-scene investigating, retired CSI Ken Martin breaks down what happens once law-enforcement teams arrive and some of the challenges he's faced in gathering evidence.