A Wisconsin man is going back to court January 9th in the death of a Menominee Township man 7 months ago.
46-year-old James Dulak of Weston, Wisconsin was going to be arraigned today.
But he waived his right to have an arraignment, so it didn’t happen.
The next step is a pre-trial conference.
Yesterday, in his preliminary exam, a judge ruled there was enough evidence against him for the murder case to go to trial.
49-year-old Mark Keller, Sr. was found dead in his home back in May.
There’s also a second suspect facing a murder charge, 24-year-old Keith Benson of Hatley, Wisconsin.
Benson pleaded not guilty in September.
He had a pre-trial conference today.
Both men could face life in prison if they’re convicted.
The 2 men were both already in custody in Wisconsin on unrelated charges when they were accused in this case.