Brandon Dale Woodruff http://ketr.org en Judge Approves More DNA Testing in Woodruff Case http://ketr.org/post/judge-approves-more-dna-testing-woodruff-case <p>A state district judge has approved a second-round of DNA testing on evidence from a 2005 double homicide near Royse City. Thu, 13 Dec 2012 13:46:38 +0000 Brad Kellar 30721 at http://ketr.org Judge Approves More DNA Testing in Woodruff Case Court Hearing Scheduled in 2005 Murder Case http://ketr.org/post/court-hearing-scheduled-2005-murder-case <p>A court hearing is scheduled concerning a 2005 double homicide near Royse City. Attorneys representing a man convicted of capital murder in the slaying of his parents are asking for a second round of testing of evidence seized from the murder scene. Mon, 10 Dec 2012 13:46:44 +0000 Brad Kellar 30581 at http://ketr.org Court Hearing Scheduled in 2005 Murder Case Judge approves DNA testing in a 2005 double homicide http://ketr.org/post/judge-approves-dna-testing-2005-double-homicide <p>GREENVILLE -&nbsp;354<sup>th</sup>District Court Judge Richard A. Beacom made the ruling Tuesday in the case of Brandon Dale Woodruff, who&rsquo;s currently serving a life sentence for killing his parents near Royse City. Wed, 04 Apr 2012 13:04:09 +0000 Brad Kellar 19081 at http://ketr.org Judge approves DNA testing in a 2005 double homicide Judge hears new arguments in 2005 murder case http://ketr.org/post/judge-hears-new-arguments-2005-murder-case <p>GREENVILLE - 354<sup>th</sup>District Court Judge Richard A. Beacom has taken the issue of whether to allow DNA testing in a Hunt County capitol murder case under advisement.&nbsp; Tue, 27 Mar 2012 12:01:39 +0000 Brad Kellar 18650 at http://ketr.org Judge hears new arguments in 2005 murder case Woodruff case back before a judge http://ketr.org/post/woodruff-case-back-judge <p>GREENVILLE - Attorneys for a man convicted in the 2005 killing of his parents near Royse City are pursuing DNA testing in an attempt to clear their client. Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:47:14 +0000 Brad Kellar 18582 at http://ketr.org Woodruff case back before a judge