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"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" And Then There Were None (TV Episode 2001) Poster

Goofs

Revealing mistakes 

During the first autopsy, when Al removes the slug from the victim's back, he accidentally drops the slug on the table and the corpse blinks.
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Character error 

Warrick Brown incorrectly uses the slide hammer. He uses it to push the door open instead of pulling out the lock. A different character uses a slide hammer correctly later in the episode.
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Factual errors 

In some episodes, such as #2.9, "And Then There Were None", references are made to a statewide handgun registration list. No current Nevada state law allows/provides for a handgun registration list anywhere else in the state.
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Plot holes 

When the CSI and police cars arrive at the mine, there are car tracks in the sand, possibly from an earlier shoot, but, if not, the CSI should have stopped short as, if the tracks were supposed to be seen, they could be evidence, especially as the mine was abandoned.
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