Cleveland Det. Kathleen Carlin asks the Ballistics Unit to test fire a gun to see if it was the gun used in her murder.
Miami homicide team's choice for a possible last meal before working a long case is anything but typical Miami cuisine.
When surveillance footage is the key piece of evidence, will speculation about the footage cause the alleged killers to walk free?
Detective Tom Armelli gives a tour of the Cleveland Police Museum and tells some stories from Cleveland's frightful past.
Det. Torrence is recognized by local residents of Birmingham while canvassing a neighborhood.
Miami Detectives are searching a field for a gun when they get an unexpected sugary treat. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-first-48/
"When a man is gunned down at a car wash, a new employee is tormented by what he saw. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-first-48/
Dallas Detective Scott Sayers believes the cause of death could give him some insight into the mind of a killer.
Det. Emiliano Tamayo visits the Medical Examiner s office to determine if the victim was shot execution-style.
Kimberlee Stephenson reflects on the loss of her nephew's life at the hands of his childhood friend.
The family of Takella Giles recounts the heated & abusive relationship she had with her alleged killer.
Birmingham Detectives Marcel Walker and Chris Anderson are being promoted to Sergeants and are packing up their Homicide Office.
Miami Lt. John W. Burhmaster is unpacking his boxes after being transferred back to Homicide.
Even though Dallas Detective Ken Penrod has retired, his unique and successful interview techniques continue to inspire others. Take a look as some of the Detectives reflect back on what they learned.
When a man faces the death penalty, his defense attorney pulls out all the stops to save his client's life. But does he go too far with his courtroom antics? Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-first-48/
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