Judge David Johnson has decided: he indeed feels like a burrito for lunch.
When a crime goes down and the forensics team is called in to comb through the evidence, one question circulates through all of these professionals' minds: what does the viewer at home think?
That's the question the makers of Forensics want you to tangle with. For each of the five episodes included on the disc, a closed case is presented, featuring interviews with investigators and lawyers and witnesses and forensics specialists. The evidence is broken down and the show ends with the trial and/or a resolution to the case. The whole gimmick is this: with the voluminous material associated with the respective cases, what side of the investigation do you land on?
In other words, it's a reality procedural.
• "Blood Brothers"
• "Caught on Tape"
• "Nature's Evidence"
• "Deadly Kiss"
• "Silent Witness"
This set is for fans of true crime and/or procedurals. If you're a CSI buff, there's plenty of investigative nerd porn to get hyped about, with forensics smart-asses detailing their discoveries and sometimes, if you're lucky, utilizing charts.
A no-frills disc: 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen, 2.0 stereo, no extras.
I did decide! Not Guilty!
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