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(KSL News) A second man will stand trial for the murder of a Box Elder man that happened 25 years ago.
Wade Maughan is charged with second-degree murder in the 1984 death of Bradley Perry. He made a signed confession after being arrested for the crime in 2005, but his lawyers argued in court that confession was not legal because he had not been properly advised of his rights.
A judge disagreed and yesterday ordered him to stand trial.
Another man, Glenn Howard Griffin, was found guilty of felony murder in Perry's death last year and sentenced to life in prison without parole.