The release of Paul Murdaugh’s autopsy photo marks an important step in the trial of his father, Alex Murdaugh.

The trial of Alex Murdaugh, charged with the murders of his wife Maggie and son Paul, took a major turn when Paul’s autopsy photos were presented to the court.

The photos showed the bloody crime scene at the family’s hunting lodge in Islandton, South Carolina, where the murders took place.

The photos show a chilling scene from the hunting estate where two of the family’s Labradors were locked in their kennels, with a large bloodstain visible on the outside.

Paul, who was 22 years old, was found partially in one of the kennels after being shot twice with a shotgun. His mother, who had been shot several times with an assault rifle, was found several feet away from him, her blood seeping into the ground.

Murdaugh, who is 54 years old, is accused of killing his wife and son to distract himself from his financial crimes. He had embezzled millions from his law firm and faced a lawsuit over his son Paul’s drunken boating accident.

He has pleaded not guilty to the charges and claims he was a loving husband and father who would never have committed such a heinous crime.

Murdaugh had stated that he had eaten with his wife and son before they went to the kennels on Moselle Road.

He claims he fell asleep in front of the TV and woke up to find his family dead when he came home from visiting his mother, who is in the late stages of Alzheimer’s disease. Murdaugh called 911 at 10:07 PM.

The autopsy photos presented in court are an important step in the process, providing a clearer picture of the crime scene and the gruesome nature of the murders.

The photos also show the dogs locked in their kennels, which raises the question of whether they witnessed the murders and how they survived the attack.

Based on the descriptions of the dogs provided to the court, the two dogs in the photos appear to be Bubba and Maggie, both yellow labs.

The fact that they were found locked in their kennels suggests that they may have been spared by the killer or failed to escape the attack.

The presentation of the autopsy photos will likely have a significant impact on the trial. They provide concrete evidence of the violence that took place on the night of the murders and are likely to be used by the prosecution to build a case against Murdaugh.

On the other hand, the defense may argue that the photos are too gruesome and damaging to present to the jury.

The presentation of the autopsy photos is an important step in the trial of Alex Murdaugh. They give a better picture of the crime scene and the gruesome nature of the murders.

The trial is likely to last several weeks as the prosecution and defense present their arguments and evidence to the court.

On national television, Alex Murdaugh’s brothers adamantly denied involvement in the murders, claiming that Paul had received online threats before his death.

During the investigation, it was discovered that two different firearms were used to kill the mother and son, resulting in devastating wounds that likely caused tremendous anguish and pain in their final moments.

Dr. Ellen Riemer performed autopsies on both bodies and provided the jury with photographs. The autopsy revealed that Paul died of a fatal head wound. Meanwhile, his mother was shot once in the abdomen and twice in the head.

New evidence had emerged that Paul and Maggie had found Alex’s stash of pills before they were murdered, which prosecutors say may have played a role in the murders.