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Alex Murdaugh trial continues with more focus on evidence, firearms and SLED's evidence gathering proceduresMurdaugh is facing a possibility of life in prison if convicted.
WALTERBORO, S.C. — The double murder trial of Alex Murdaugh continues Monday with a continued focus by the prosecution on evidence collection on the night of the killing.
Murdaugh is accused of killing his wife, Maggie, and adult son, Paul, at the family's Colleton County estate in South Carolina in June of 2021. Murdaugh's attorneys maintain their clients innocence and say investigators rushed to judgment.
Defense attorney Dick Harpootilian’s cross examination of SLED Agent Melinda Worley begins the Monday, Jan. 30, session.
On Friday, Worley took the stand Friday afternoon to answer questions about SLED’s methodology of collecting evidence at the Moselle crime scene on June 7, 2021. Worley also was called on to assist the prosecution entering hundreds of pieces of evidence into court.
Alex Murdaugh trial continues with more focus on evidence, firearms and SLED's evidence gathering procedures
Murdaugh is facing a possibility of life in prison if convicted.