CSI-style procedurals help real-life criminals elude police by revealing how and where forensic scientists look for clues and lead juries to expect too much from scientific witnesses, according to an article in New Scientist . "Oversimplification of interpretations on CSI has led to false expectations, especially about the speed of delivery of forensic evidence," one of many experts tells the magazine. Similarly, watching Dancing with the Stars-type shows teaches career felons how to rumba.