For the Autauga County Sheriff's Department, it is their first homicide of 2014.
Woods can request to have a preliminary hearing in the case. After that, it will be heard by an Autauga County grand jury who will decide if there is enough probable cause to indict him for his father's murder.
Woods' attorney expressed concern to the court over his "ability to understand what's going on and the process that is taking place" and believes he should undergo a mental evaluation at the appropriate time as his case moves through the court system. During his hearing, he mumbled several things and made a number of incoherent statements but he did allude to the fact that he has been "in and out of treatment" and "therapy."
He remains behind bars at the Autauga County Jail.
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