OGDEN -- Believe it or not, some of that stuff on TV is made up. Law enforcement types wish reality would intrude on TV as much as TV intrudes on reality.
The raised expectations from the forensic miracles on such shows as "CSI" and "NCIS," even "Law & Order," just add an extra headache to the real-life job.
Jay Henry, director of the Utah State Crime Lab, aka Utah Bureau of Forensic Services, said he can't even watch.
"I don't watch the shows. They only have two cases an episode, and the whole staff is working on just those two. So what's that? Fifty cases a year? We do 4,000 cases a year."