Forensics: You Decide premiered on ID on August 3, 2009. At a crime scene, every single piece of evidence is critical to the investigation and helps tell the true timeline of events for the deceased. Where the weapon is found, what direction the blood splattered and how the body is positioned are all significant as forensic investigators piece together the puzzle of what actually happened. A new 13-part series, FORENSICS: YOU DECIDE presents compelling cases where the same set of forensic evidence can be interpreted to tell two very different stories. In each episode, someone stands accused. But there are two sides to every story, and where one set of experts sees a definite murder, another may argue that the cause of death is a suicide or an unfortunate accident. In the end, the jury gives its verdict guilty or innocent but what interpretation of the forensic evidence was most convincing for the audience?