All About Forensic Science
Unlike what’s seen on TV crime shows, forensic science often requires weeks or months to produce results, and—although it’s far from boring—it rarely involves confronting a suspect.
And Justice for All?
This program with Bill Moyers examines the crisis within the American court system.
Attorney General Janet Reno
U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno, straight talking and controversial, has become one of the stars of the Clinton cabinet.
Bill Moyers Journal: Capitol Crimes-Update
The continued investigation into the epic scandal involving former lobbyist Jack Abramoff is bringing to light additional revelations about corruption at the core of the U.S. government.
Part of the Series : The Experiment: Power, Behavior, and Identity under Duress
Crime Fighting into the 21st Century
This program explores some of the technology that's transforming law enforcement, from a bug that can determine time of death and is admissible in court, to computer technology that can re-create a face from a body so decomposed it no longer has one.