Author Topic: Dorothy Ann Woods (Carter), 45, Saskatoon, SK, missing November 12, 2011  (Read 49908 times)

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As much as we may not like it , we must remember that this man has not been convicted.  He is charged but not convicted, and god know the police have been wrong in the past ie Milguard, Steven truscotte et.  I am thinking since the bail is quite low the judge must have reviewed the evidence the police had some what before making his decision.  JMO.

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So he is IUPG. I dislike that term and it is a term for the courts.
Charges were laid after a re-investigation of the house they lived in together. They must have some evidence, at least for manslaughter ... eg: wounds on the body. He was the only suspect iirc.

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http://ckom.com/story/man-accused-slaying-wife-allowed-conditional-contact-children/57946

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Man accused in slaying of wife allowed conditional contact with children
David Woods is banned from discussing the criminal case with them

Reported by Bre McAdam

A Saskatoon man accused of killing his wife can contact his kids, under the condition that he does not discuss the murder case with them.

Justice Peter Foley made the decision during today's final release hearing for David Woods, who received bail earlier this month.

Foley ruled Woods is banned from communicating anything about the case that could influence his children's testimony.

Other details of the conditions of the contact cannot be reported because they are covered by a publication ban.

The previous condition only allowed Woods to visit his children while supervised by social services.

Woods is charged with the first degree murder of his wife Dorothy Woods.


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I am happy to learn that Woods' bail was reversed.  Common sense finaly prevailed!!

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Re: Dorothy Ann Woods (Carter), 45, Saskatoon, SK, missing November 12, 2011
« Reply #80 on: December 14, 2012, 04:38:56 PM »
What's wrong with these men anyway? Divorce is much simpler and they won't end up in jail over it, yet they go to extremes.

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Re: Dorothy Ann Woods (Carter), 45, Saskatoon, SK, missing November 12, 2011
« Reply #81 on: December 15, 2012, 03:35:11 PM »
My ex threatened to kill me when we separated - I'm a money grubbing "bitch" and he doesnt think that he should have to pay child support of 600/month - the kid doesnt need that many toys in a month....

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Re: Dorothy Ann Woods (Carter), 45, Saskatoon, SK, missing November 12, 2011
« Reply #82 on: December 15, 2012, 11:44:11 PM »
If all the controlling divorced men who said things like that would go to jail, we'd have a severe shortage of jails. They get angrier and more vindictive when they see the mom and kids can actually make it on their own.


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Re: Dorothy Ann Woods (Carter), 45, Saskatoon, SK, missing November 12, 2011
« Reply #84 on: February 25, 2013, 08:46:50 PM »
Husband released on bail in May 2012.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/story/2012/05/07/sk-david-woods-dot-bail.html

David Woods, the Saskatoon man accused of killing his wife, is free on bail while he awaits his murder trial.
David Woods, in handcuffs, leaves the Saskatoon courthouse following a bail hearing last week. (Dan Zakreski/CBC)
Woods, 49, was charged with first-degree murder in January in the death of Dorothy "Dot" Woods, whose body was found in a culvert near Blackstrap Lake.

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Re: Dorothy Ann Woods (Carter), 45, Saskatoon, SK, missing November 12, 2011
« Reply #85 on: August 10, 2013, 07:40:41 PM »
http://www.saskatoonhomepage.ca/david-woods-trial-date-set/itemid_21

David Woods Trial Date Set  PDF    Print    E-mail   

 Written by Mitchell Wrishko     
Tuesday, 21 May 2013 14:59 

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50 year old David Woods will be going to trial from September 23rd to October 11th of this year.

He waived his right to a preliminary hearing in early March after being accused of first degree murder in the death of his wife, Dorothy Woods.

Dorothy Woods had gone missing in November 2011 and was found dead in a culvert near Blackstrap Lake in January of 2012.

Mr. Woods was arrested and charged only a couple days after her body was found.
 

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Re: Dorothy Ann Woods (Carter), 45, Saskatoon, SK, missing November 12, 2011
« Reply #88 on: October 10, 2013, 03:24:14 PM »
What a coward he is. Delay, after delay, and further penciled in for next year.
Yes, penciled in with a big eraser on the end, if he had his way.  :P

Thank you Annastasia for keeping us up-to-date on this case.

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Re: Dorothy Ann Woods (Carter), 45, Saskatoon, SK, missing November 12, 2011
« Reply #89 on: November 10, 2013, 10:31:03 AM »
http://www.thestarphoenix.com/news/Tentative+date+Woods+murder+trial/9007741/story.html

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David Woods, the Saskatoon man accused of killing his wife nearly two years ago, will seek a court-appointed lawyer to represent him at his first-degree murder trial.

Woods gave up his plan to use equity from the family home to pay for a private lawyer after the public trustee opposed the plan in the interests of his two children, Lawyer Michael Nolin has agreed to help Woods apply for the courts to pay for a private lawyer and then seek one who will take the case on the condition they be prepared to go to trial in April.

The trial is expected to last about four weeks.