Samuel Woodward pleads not guilty to murder of Blaze Bernstein

The former classmate of Orange County college student Blaze Bernstein pleaded not guilty to murder today. 

Samuel Woodward is being held on a $5 million bond and will be back in court on March 3rd. He's accused of stabbing Blaze Bernstein and burying his body in a shallow grave at a park near the Bernstein's Lake Forest home.

Last month he was charged with one count of felony murder with a sentencing enhancement of personal use of a knife. If he gets out on bail, Woodward will be under GPS monitoring, can't leave the state, has to give up his passport, and will have a curfew.

KFI reporter Andrew Mollenbeck was in the courtroom today and has the latest:

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