Aquatic Crimes Against Women (ACAW) are often staged as noncriminal bathtub deaths. In this interactive workshop, the presenters will demonstrate the scene and case through the eyes of a prosecutor, judge, and jury with attendees acting as a bathtub homicide case as a patrol officer, detective, CSI, or death investigator. The presenters will also provide strategies on how to document the victim’s body, collect critical scene evidence, and report party evidence. Skills will include photographing wet/damp evidence, interviewing suspects of ACAW, identifying important injury and postmortem physiology artifacts, and applying a practical investigative framework with a bathtub case investigation form that attendees can bring to their departments. Attendees will also interact with and interview the reporting-party husband to document important circumstantial evidence. Additionally, a circumstantial evidence homicide senior state’s attorney will describe the legal pitfalls to avoid and proven ways to approach and work the scene for the most just jurisprudence outcome.