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LEHI -- Prosecutors say they have been unable to reach a plea deal with a Lehi man accused of killing his uncle.
Lawyers for Colton Louder say they gave the prosecution a proposal almost a month ago that would have brought an end to the case and reduced the time Louder would have to spend in prison.
However, prosecutors rejected their plan.
Louder will appear in court in September for a preliminary hearing.