Body of Evidence From the Case Files of Dayle Hinman

Body of Evidence

About the show

This riveting series gets inside the mind, life and career of one of the country's leading forensic profilers. In each episode, Dayle Hinman guides you through some of her most puzzling cases and explains how they were solved. These baffling mysteries often have no eyewitnesses, little evidence and no apparent motive. 

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Upcoming episodes

Feb 24th
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Pilot 2 - Body of Evidence: From the Case Files of Dayle Hinman

Presented by and featuring the cases of Florida-based forensic profiler Dayle Hinman, this new Court TV series intimately looks at one woman’s obsession with navigating the criminal mind and gaining justice for the victims. Dayle is a savvy, take-no-prisoners detective who has had to learn the hard way how to make the old boy law enforcement system work for her. The result has been a string of successes across a 25 plus year career as a homicide detective and profiler. As a profiler, Hinman has helped solve many murders by piecing together profiles of the perpetrators through the intensive examination of forensic evidence at the crime scene. Using a team of experts, she also looks for clues to the psychological make-up of these murderers that aid investigators in isolating suspects and ultimately solving the case. This real-life, character-focused, story-driven detective series goes deep into the files of this celebrated female profiler, revisiting and reliving solved cases. The show is a mix of interviews with Hinman and the cast of characters with whom she works, stylized recreations, location and archival footage, and photographs and other real evidence from crime scenes. Each episode features one case retold in a dramatic, suspenseful unfolding guided by Hinman. The viewer will come away with an enhanced understanding of how profilers actually work in real life, and an appreciation of the sterling detective work done by Dayle Hinman, one of the first to be trained in profiling under the FBI’s John Douglas. Ultimately, we will get inside the mind, life and career of one of the country’s leading criminal profilers.
Feb 24th
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Rolling Case

The Rolling Case: A string of murders at The University of Florida has the entire campus living in fear. A massive police taskforce is assembled, including FDLE Profiler Dayle Hinman. At first, detectives think they know who the killer is. But Dayle remains convinced that the prime suspect is not their man.
Mar 3rd
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Congress Avenue Case

The Congress Ave. Case: Over a six month period, a masked man assaulted several women near Congress Avenue, a main thoroughfare in Palm Beach County, FL. With several suspects but few leads, police consult FDLE Profiler Dayle Hinman. After visiting the crime scenes and looking at the clues, Dayle creates a profile of the suspect. But the question remains -- will investigators be able to find him before he attacks again?
Mar 3rd
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Tamiami Trail, The

The Tamiami Case: Each year, thousands of people travel from Tampa to Miami Beach via the Tamiami trail. But one year, a string of murders along the trail has the community living in fear. Detectives focus their attention to a note written by the assailant challenging police to catch him. Now it falls upon FDLE Profiler Dayle Hinman to prove that she is up to the challenge.
Mar 10th
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Poetic Justice

Poetic Justice: When 37-year old Debra Payton is discovered dead in the woods, police begin an extensive man-hunt for the killer. Near the crime scene, investigators discover a chilling poem painted in a house under construction. Police assume that if they can find out who wrote that poem, they will have their perpetrator. But Profiler Dayle Hinman is convinced the answer isn’t that simple.
Mar 10th
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Bradford

The Bradford County Abduction: When a young boy goes missing, investigators race against the clock to track him down. For weeks, law enforcement agents search high and low, but find no sign of the boy or his abductor. A break comes when investigators find the boy’s book bag on the side of a road. They bring in Special Agent Dayle Hinman to analyze the scene. Her profiling skills tell her that the scene has been staged and that the boy may still be alive. But the question remains, can detectives find him before its too late?
Mar 17th
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Ronnie Ray Brown

Ronnie Ray Brown Case: Special Agent Dayle Hinman tracks an attacker with a rare genetic condition that makes the physical evidence left behind at the crime scene baffling to investigators.
Mar 17th
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Mystery On Highway 98

Mystery on Highway 98: The mysterious disappearance of a young woman goes unsolved for years. Then, a suspect emerges – a man serving time for a similar crime in another county. Special Agent Dayle Hinman is convinced that he is involved in the disappearance, but can she prove it with only a modicum of evidence?