16-year Miami Homicide veteran, Ervens Ford has been promoted to Commander of the Little Haiti Area.
Miami Crime Scene tries to recover fingerprints from a burned out car which proves to be difficult.
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.
New Orleans' Detective Darrell Doucette speaks with the victim's work friend to learn more about the her relationship with her boyfriend.
"While Miami Detectives are investigating a crime scene, the neighbor arrives home. Detectives are shocked by what she has to say. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-first-48/
Det. Tamayo recounts his experience in Miami and how the city developed dangerous areas.
How does Detective Dwayne Thompson handle the stress of working homicides? By restoring an old Chevy back to life.
When Miami Detectives need fingerprints analyzed, they turn to Latent Print Examiner Rupert Butcher.
A man is arrested for killing his brother. But his defense attorney tries to turn medical evidence in his favor to get the alleged killer off on Florida's ""Stand Your Ground"" law. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/the-first-48/
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.
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/
While working a double homicide, Detective TC Cepero gets called out to investigate remains found floating in the river. CSI believes the remains are in fact santeria.
Cleveland Homicide is looking for their suspect and hope his brother may know where he is hiding.
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