CSI: Miami: Season 8, Episode 11

Delko for the Defense (14 Dec. 2009)

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The team discovers that Delko is working for an attorney defending a homeless man accused of raping and killing a wealthy woman.

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Homeless Zach Finley is arrested as sole suspect of the murder of wealthy heiress Summer Davenport, stabbed sixfold at home. Attorney Adrianna Villani takes his defense, for the publicity. Her new research assistant is none other then former CSI Eric Delko. At first it seems a shut case, then evidence points to his innocence and the known, previously unidentified 'Night Stalker', who demands breakfast from his victims, including survivor Ellen Stafford. Written by KGF Vissers

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Goof on knife dimensions
18 December 2009 | by (Florida, USA) – See all my reviews

According to the M.E. the knife is 3.5 inches wide and approx. 5 inches long. That is one hell of a wide kitchen knife and clearly not what they later find in the kitchen. Everyone makes mistakes, but even a writer should be able to hop into his or her kitchen and have a look at the blade collection for some basic dimensions. The cutaway shots are as usual inconsistent too. One moment a shot of the intracostal flying north, than we are out on the open ocean for the next view. I realize the editor sits in a studio on the west coast where they don't have an intracostal waterway but hey, if it is relatively narrow and has houses on both sides in one shot and than wide open like the pacific in the next even a Californian beach boy must realize that something doesn't fit :-)


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