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Jury in Alex Murdaugh double murder trial to visit crime scene

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In Alex Murdaugh’s double murder trial, the judge granted an unusual motion for jurors to physically visit the dog kennel area of the family’s 1,700-acre hunting property. NBC News’ Catie Beck has more details on the defense arguing the visit will help spatially understand the killings.

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