This case involves a man who murdered his wife and mother-in-law while on temporary leave from a corrections facility. The man had an extensive criminal history including domestic violence against his wife and had recently violated a restraining order his wife had taken out against him. The man was sentenced to jail, given a no-contact order for the woman, and prohibited from owning a weapon. He was transferred to a corrections facility, where he was allowed to go to a temporary employment center for a few hours 2 times a week. On the day in question, the man never showed up to the employment center. He broke into the house of his wife’s parents and murdered his wife and his mother-in-law with a stolen gun. It was later discovered that the corrections facility knew the man had gone AWOL but had no means to contact his wife to warn her. An expert in corrections was sought to opine on the standard of care for community corrections centers and address whether the center in question was negligent in releasing the man into the community unsupervised and unmonitored.