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Judge Says Kiplyn Davis' Name Can be Used in Trial

Judge Says Kiplyn Davis' Name Can be Used in Trial

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(KSL News) A judge ruled today that prosecutors can use Kiplyn Davis' name in an upcoming perjury trial.

Christopher Jeppson will stand trial next month on charges that he lied to a grand jury about where he was the night the Spanish Fork teenager disappeared. Kiplyn's father was in court today and is happy the focus is still on his daughter.

Richard Davis said, "This is what it's all about. The perjury case is basically on what he said and what he didn't say with Kiplyn."

The judge said the ability to explain facts surrounding the Kiplyn Davis case would be important for assembling an impartial jury.

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