David Woods

David Woods arrives at court on April 29 in Saskatoon. (Dan Zakreski/CBC)

The Crown will continue to present its case this week in the first degree murder trial of David Woods.

Woods is accused of killing his wife Dorothy and leaving her body in a culvert.

In the first week, jurors heard about a failing marriage with infidelities on both sides. They also heard how police were led to the area where Dorothy Woods's body was found by following a tracker secretly placed on one of the family's trucks.

This week, they'll be taken to the Blackstrap Lake area to see the place where police discovered the body of Dorothy Woods two years ago.


CBC Saskatoon's Dan Zakreski was tweeting live from the courtroom this morning. Read his tweets below.