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South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh indicted on charges of murdering wife and son

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Murdaugh was indicted Thursday morning by a grand jury in South Carolina more than 13 months after his wife’s and son’s bodies were found on the family’s property. NBC News’ Isa Gutierrez reports on next steps and reaction from Murdaugh’s attorneys.