In Financial Crimes Evidence — Pt 10, we continue our review of the in camera testimony of Mark Tinsley, the lawyer who represented the family of Mallory Beach in their suit against the Murdaugh family for the death of Ms. Beach in a boating accident caused by Paul Murdaugh. Prosecutor Creighton Waters uses his questioning of the witness to illustrate Alec Murdaugh’s capacity to manipulate the emotions of others, and inquires whether or not the deaths of Maggie and Paul affected Mr. Tinsley’s assessment of Alec Murdaugh’s financial resources as it might relate to the recovery of a financial reward for Mr. Tinsley’s clients. In this episode, we also begin our coverage Phillip Barber’s cross examination of Mr. Tinsley on behalf of the defense.

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