The transcripts of the Grand Jury testimonies about the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.

Once we do the overall photos, we would typically walk through and place down our number of placards to mark the known piece of evidence that we have recognized or determined at that point.

After that, we'll start photographing those pieces of evidence individually and then once those things are documented, we'll then start moving things, looking for more pieces of evidence. We always want to be able to show stuff that was in place, how you would normally just walk in and see, there is always going to be hidden pieces of evidence that we need to move, either a car, you know, a couch, move cushions on stuff and start looking for additional pieces of evidence.

And then we just restart the same process. Photographing it where we found it, putting a placard in place where we found it and then collecting it.

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