Miami Crime Scene tries to recover fingerprints from a burned out car which proves to be difficult.
Mary Hall describes the violent neighborhood that claimed her husband Michael's life.
Det. Steve David heads out to the scene where the victim was last seen alive to see if he can get surveillance video of his suspect.
Charlette Gardener recalls the shock of learning that her nephew's killer was his lifelong friend.
Birmingham CSU search the suspect's car for evidence.
Shani Kilpatrick talks about the pain and difficulty in trying to move on after the loss of her daughter Amber.
When Miami Detectives need fingerprints analyzed, they turn to Latent Print Examiner Rupert Butcher.
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.
At 11:00 PM, Dallas Detectives share a cup of coffee and a few laughs with the Judge when they learn they forgot the warrant they needed him to sign.
Broward Detectives watch as Sgt. Dave Ellwood gets updates about his son's basketball game in the middle of an investigation.
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In Miami, Detective Eldys Diaz is teaching Kevin Ruggiero how to play chess. But, will student become the master?
Fan favorites Sgt. Rick Zimmerman, Lt. Tony Mullins, Maj. Caroline Mason, and former Det. John Berrena look back on their experiences on the First 48 and reflect on how their lives have changed since the investigations featured on the show.
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