This week Scott & C. Derick go over the questions for Season 1, Episode 9. In that episode, Scott describes the final part of the phone forensics and how they fit into the “murder window” that Brandon had to commit the crimes, if he was the one that did it as the prosecution alleges.
Scott walks you through the prosecution’s theory of what happened that fateful night, and has you, the attentive listener add up your own time to see if Brandon could have committed the crimes in the time you come up with.
How long would Brandon have to commit this horrific crime, with the best case scenario to the prosecution? An hour as they allege? Here’s a little hint: It’s not as long as you (or they) may think.
If you would like to watch the actual interviews contained in this week’s episode, you can watch the video version of this podcast on YouTube at:
Where to Listen:
Apple – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/american-justice-podcast/id1442874178
Stitcher – https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/american-justice/s1e1-brandon-woodruff-case-overview
Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/show/5y7UVzvchLxJYbrceVTbvX
Online – www.americanjusticepodcast.com
If you would like to submit a question for next week’s episode, you can reach is in any of the following ways:
Voicemail: (972) 942-0444
You can read more about Brandon Woodruff’s case and the documentary in production about his case here: www.freebrandon.org
You can reach the hosts here –
Scott Poggensee Email – Scott@AtuAProductions.com
C. Derick Miller