Alibi, in law, a defense made by the accused in a criminal case. The word alibi is Latin for “elsewhere.” The accused tries to establish that at the time the crime was committed he or she was at some place other than where it was committed.
In murder-mystery TV shows, detectives look for clues to find the killer. Part of that involves getting into the murderer's mind-set. What factors make it easier for one person to take the life of another?
Police chases may seem glamorous on TV, but in real-life they are actually highly regulated by law enforcement codes of conduct. Find out how officers decide whether to commit to a chase, who is liable if a bystander is injured and what else they do.