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(KSL News) The perjury trial of a man accused of lying about the disappearance of Kiplyn Davis began this morning in Salt Lake City.
It took the entire day yesterday to pick the jury to hear the case against Christopher Jeppson.
He faces nine counts of perjury for allegedly lying to the FBI and a federal grand jury about Davis' disappearance.
Jeppson is one of five men charged with perjury in connection with the disappearance. One of the men, Timmy Brent Olsen, also faces murder charges.