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Calleigh Duquesne (Character)
from "CSI: Miami" (2002)

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CSI: Miami -- When one of the CSI's biggest enemies is murdered, Horatio must determine which of his team members is a suspect.

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Ballistic's expert. Calleigh also processes scenes... See more »


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  1. "CSI: Miami"
    ... aka "CSI: Weekends" - USA (promotional title)
        - Habeas Corpse (2012) TV episode, Played by Emily Procter
        - Law & Disorder (2012) TV episode, Played by Emily Procter
        - At Risk (2012) TV episode, Played by Emily Procter
        - Rest in Pieces (2012) TV episode, Played by Emily Procter
        - No Good Deed (2012) TV episode, Played by Emily Procter
          (227 more)
  2. "Mad"
        - Avaturd/CSiCarly (2010) TV episode, Played by Julia McIlvaine

  3. "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"
    ... aka "CSI: Las Vegas" - South Africa (English title) (informal alternative title), USA (syndication title)
    ... aka "C.S.I." - USA (short title)
    ... aka "CSI: Weekends" - USA (promotional title)
        - Cross-Jurisdictions (2002) TV episode, Played by Emily Procter
  1. CSI: Miami (2004) (VG) Played by Emily Procter

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From "CSI: Miami: Three-Way (#4.5)" (2005)
Calleigh Duquesne: [a murder suspect is claiming self-defense] One hit is self-defense. Two more is murder. This is called cast-off. It proves that you took two additional, very bloody swings. See more »

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