Murdaugh’s jury visits the Moselle estate before closing arguments End-shutdown

Their defense attorney, Dick Harpootlian, asked Judge Clifton Newman to give the jury time to visit the 1,700-acre property known as the Moselle, to get a better idea of ​​where the bodies were found in relation to the kennels and the home of Murdaugh, where Mr. Murdaugh said he had been napping at the time of the murders.

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