The science of investigation of the integrity of a drug bag through the use of science and investigative means.
Mary did not trust Joy and to make sure she was not being ripped off, she performed tyrensics on bag of drugs.
SCOTT E. LEEMON, a member of the New York State Bar since 1996, has been a criminal defense attorney for over a decade. Mr. Leemon practices primarily in the federal and state courts of New York. Though a member of the bar of the state of New York, Mr. Leemon has handled both federal and state cases throughout the country. Mr. Leemon’s practice has taken him to such other locales as California, Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Kentucky, Indiana, Georgia, Illinois and New Jersey. Additionally, Mr. Leemon has been featured as an expert on several shows on COURT TV, including, Best Defense with Jami Floyd and The Catherine Crier Show. Furthermore, Mr. Leemon has been a regular on the WPPR-FM 105.1 Morning Show and COURT TV Radio’s Morning with Vinnie Politan.more...
While the practice primarily focuses on complex criminal defense at pre-trial and trial level, appeals and petitions for post-conviction relief are also handled in a very professional, competent and timely manner.
Mr. Leemon has handled many matters involving allegations of: Murder; Racketeering; Money Laundering; Narcotics Trafficking and Possession; Tax Offenses; Internet, Stock and Insurance Fraud; Insider Trading, Custom violations, Gambling offenses; Assaults; and many other crimes. In addition, Mr. Leemon has vast experience with criminal forfeiture issues and sentencing advocacy under the, now advisory, federal sentencing guidelines.
In particular, Mr. Leemon specializ...
Best T.V. show out there. Can be a little corny at times but it is not your usual dry, boring, no personality investigative show. I would advise everyone to invest some time in watching this show.
NCIS right out of interigation.
Tony - That's okay boss you will break her in round 2.
Gibbs - There won't be a round 2.
Tony - But boss you didn't break her!
Gibbs - Yeah I know Dinozzo, I was there.
When you figure out someone has been lying to you by either common sense, street smarts,or investigative skills, much like famous detective Nancy Drew. Tends to lead to total ownage by said investigator, and utter humiliation by the perpetrator.
Liz: Omgz! I knew she was lying!
Liz: I found his real myspace! The other is a fake!
Sarah: You dont say!
Liz: I do say! I've put all the clues together. This seals the deal, nukka.
Sarah: Well, you just Nancy Drew'd her ass.
A fan pairing from the US TV show NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service). It pairs Jenny Sheppard (J) with Leroy Jethro Gibbs (ibbs) hence the pairing - Jibbs.
Various people have been paired with Gibbs. Mann, Tony, Ducky...etc. These are made into Mibbs, Tibbs and Dibbs.
This has also been done for the fan pairing Tiva. See if you can guess the characters involved!
NCIS fan 1: So, what pairings do you like?
NCIS fan 2: Me? I'm a die hard Jibbs fan, you?
NCIS fan 1: Nah, I'm more Mibbs, personnally.
NCIS fan 2: pulls out gun and shoots NCIS fan 1 dead.
An outrage or swindle. Officially ‘a chiz is a swiz or a swindle as any fule kno’ (from the Molesworth series of books about school life by Geoffrey Willans). As a result of this the phrase "as any fule kno" has entered use on its own, especially in the letters pages of the British satirical/investigative magazine "Private Eye".
"Two quid for a glass of tapwater? What a chiz!"
or, in the original style:
"O no monday double maths alg trig ect chiz chiz. Pythagoras is uterly wet and i suspekt he keeps dolies at home".
1. Primary investigator of a crime scene.
2. One who acts in the absence of the detective sergeant.
3. Liaison from an investigative unit to any other unit of a law enforcement agency.
4. A Lead Detective is not "any detective" and therfore not responsible for answering phone calls addressed as such.
5. A title that may or may not provide supervisor authority, however this aspect of the title is often clouded in ambiguity and seldom easily explained.
This scene belongs to the lead detective.