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(KSL News) Two suspects in the disappearance of Kiplyn Davis are asking that their perjury sentencing be delayed.
Christopher Jeppson and David Leifson both were convicted of lying to federal officials concerning the disappearance of the Spanish Fork teen.
According to the Deseret News, Jeppson claims federal prosecutors held back evidence he could have used during his trial, and he wants a new one.
Leifson is asking that his sentencing be delayed because his lawyer is still negotiating with prosecutors on several legal issues.