If you were to judge only by what's shown on detective-procedural television shows like CSI, you might think forensic investigations and crime lab results are virtually infallible. But from time to time, a government study comes along to point out how that's frequently far from the complete truth.
You know, as far as CSI: NY reruns go, this one is pretty solid. There's suspense, there's intrigue, there's some nifty high
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Actor and author Hill Harper encourages us to ignore the haters and chase after our dreams, no matter how big they are. As a member of The National Honor Society, Hill stresses the importance of education and how his dream of attending Brown and Harvard University shaped the person he is today, even if others told him it was an impossible goal.
The two-hour farewell brings back bygone stars including Marg Helgenberger and William Petersen.
None of this is to say that we need to toss all the evidence out and start at square one. Nor am I saying that the evidence supporting Wilson's account is totally false. My point is that everyone must realize that forensic science is not absolute like on television.
While rumors of True Detective's second season ripple across social media, Criminal, the next name to know in radio, has emerged for those still craving that fix for nuanced depictions of crime.
So crimes involving art, yes, I understand. And solving crimes involving art? Sounds compelling, although not nearly as compelling as this: the notion of crime-SOLVING involving art.
This Wednesday (Oct. 23 at 10 p.m. ET on CBS), the landmark 300th episode of "CSI" will air, bringing back fan-favorite Marg
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