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Sample Case for Murder
Information
Season Sample Season
City Sample City
District Sample District
Case Number #
Partner(s) Partner McPartnerson
Progression
Preceded by Succeeded by
None - First Case None - Last Case
This is a sample case that shows an easy way to display a murder case.

Plot

This is the first paragraph. It usually introduces who the partner is and how the investigators find the body. It may also trail off from where the first case ended.

This is the second paragraph. It should tell who the victim is, the murder weapon, and the killer. It should also give a bit of a description of how the victim died.

This is the third paragraph. It states the manner in which the killer is arrested. More than often, the killer will reveal their motive in this paragraph. If a suicide or escape happens during confession, make sure that it is in this paragraph.

This is the fourth paragraph. It shows the way the killer acted in court, and how long there sentence is to be. If a court hijacking, suicide-in-court, or any other notable event happens during the trial, it should be listed in this paragraph.

This is the fifth paragraph. It displays the events of the aftermath of the trial, also referred to as the additional investigation.

This is the sixth and final paragraph. It usually leads on to the beginning of the next case.

Victim

  • This is where the victim is written. (Inside the parentheses, one writes how the victim died and/or descriptions of how the victim appeared after death)

Murder Weapon

  • This is where the murder weapon is written.

Killer

  • This is where the killer is written.

Suspects

Suspect
Suspect of Murder
Height Height
Age Age
Weight Weight
Eyes Eyes
Blood Blood

Suspect's Profile

  • The suspect is a suspect.

Suspect's Appearance

  • The suspect wears suspect.
Suspect
Suspect of Murder
Height Height
Age Age
Weight Weight
Eyes Eyes
Blood Blood

Suspect's Profile

  • The suspect is a suspect.

Suspect's Appearance

  • The suspect wears suspect.
Suspect
Suspect of Murder
Height Height
Age Age
Weight Weight
Eyes Eyes
Blood Blood

Suspect's Profile

  • The suspect is a suspect.

Suspect's Appearance

  • The suspect wears suspect.
Suspect
Suspect of Murder
Height Height
Age Age
Weight Weight
Eyes Eyes
Blood Blood

Suspect's Profile

  • The suspect is a suspect.

Suspect's Appearance

  • The suspect wears suspect.
Suspect
Suspect of Murder
Height Height
Age Age
Weight Weight
Eyes Eyes
Blood Blood

Suspect's Profile

  • The suspect is a suspect.

Suspect's Appearance

  • The suspect wears suspect.

Killer's Profile

  • The killer matches this profile.
  • The killer matches this profile.
  • The killer is this profile.
  • The killer wears this profile.
  • The killer wears this profile.

Crime Scenes

Crime Scene 1 Zoomed-in Area of Crime Scene 1 Crime Scene 1 Bonus
Crime Scene 2 Zoomed-in Area of Crime Scene 2 Crime Scene 2 Bonus
Crime Scene 3 Zoomed-in Area of Crime Scene 3 Crime Scene 3 Bonus

Steps

Chapter 1

This is where the steps for Chapter 1 are written.

Chapter 2

This is where the steps for Chapter 2 are written.

Chapter 3

This is where the steps for Chapter 3 are written. Unless there is a Chapter 4, the arrest should take place here.

Chapter 4

This chapter is optional and more than often not used. This is where the steps for Chapter 4 are written.

Additional Investigation

This is where the steps for the Additional Investigations are written. The Additional Investigation can either have this simple name, or something more creative.

Note

Although the case page does not need to be the extreme likeness of this page, it is preferred for the mystery to be written in a format similar to this one.

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