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.
When the concept of a citizen's arrest comes up in casual conversation, most people think it's a joke or a myth. Can a citizen who isn't a law-enforcement official really arrest someone at their will? We asked Live PD analyst Tom Morris Jr. about this mysterious practice.
Michael J. Tillman says 20 years in the crime-scene cleanup field have taught him how to walk the line between sensitive, personal care for a victim's family and maintaining a sense of remove so he can still come to work the next day.