Episodes 1 to 12 from the third season of the Las Vegas-set crime series. In 'Revenge is Best Served Cold', a street racer is found dead on an abandoned airstrip in the desert, and Catherine and Nick are called in to investigate. Meanwhile, Grissom looks into the suspicious death of a poker player who suffered a violent convulsion in the middle of a game. In 'The Accused is Entitled', the team investigate the death of a woman found in an actor's hotel room. But when the case goes to trial, the defence produce an unexpected trump card. In 'Let the Seller Beware', Grissom and Catherine investigate the murder of a rich couple found outside their home, which they were in the process of selling. Meanwhile, Sara examines the evidence surrounding the gruesome death of a cheerleader. In 'A Little Murder', Grissom suspects murder when the body of a dwarf is found hanging above a stage where a convention of little people was taking place. 'Abra Cadaver' sees a magician's assistant vanish while taking part in a magic act. The primary suspect is the magician, but Grissom is not so sure. In 'The Execution of Catherine Willows', a killer on death row is granted a stay based on new DNA evidence. When some identical killings take place in the school where he was supposed to have committed his crime, his conviction looks even less safe. In 'Fight Night', a boxer dies after a fight, but Grissom suspects foul play. Meanwhile, Catherine investigates the shooting of an LA gang member. 'Snuff' sees Catherine being called in to investigate by a pornography filmmaker when he witnesses the brutal murder of a woman portrayed in a snuff movie. In 'Blood Lust', a hit-and-run incident by a cab driver proves to be a cover-up for a teen murder. In 'High and Low', the team look into the case of a man who was pushed off a six-storey building after being murdered. 'Recipe For Murder' sees Grissom and Catherine investigating a bloody murder involving a meat grinder that took place in a slaughterhouse. In 'Got Murder?', a murder investigation gets underway when a raven is spotted by birdwatchers carrying a human eyeball in its mouth.