Grissom leads the team in the investigation of a murdered 3-year-old child found in a cardboard box near a parking lot. The child died from a severe blow to the head and had chemical burns on much of her body. Catherine Willows in particular takes the death quite hard and will stop at nothing to find the killer. When the box she was found in is traced to a registered sex offender, Willows ignores other evidence that calls his guilt into question. Written by
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When the child's corpse is examined the examiner comments there is no rigor and predicts due to this the child must have died only 12 hours before but in reality The rigor is maximum up to 12 hours later and starts to stiffen at 3-4 hours. The rigor usually passes completely at 24 hours postmotem. See more
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