In a rare courtroom occurrence, Alex Murdaugh’s defense attorney requested to bring jurors to the infamous Moselle estate where Maggie and Paul Murdaugh were brutally murdered. The jury toured the Murdaughs’ hunting lodge, finding bullet holes from the night of the murder. The following day, the jury reached a verdict, and Alex Murdaugh was found guilty on all counts of the murder of his wife and son. Criminal defense lawyer and former South Carolina U.S. Attorney Bill Nettles explains what happens when juries visit crime scenes, and why it happens during some trials.
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