Twin Falls Murder Suspect gets New Lawyer
TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) — A 23-year-old Twin Falls man charged with first-degree murder says he didn't receive adequate legal advice before waiving his right to a preliminary hearing. Bradly Frank James filed an affidavit in 5th District Court on Wednesday seeking to set aside the waiver of the preliminary hearing. James on Feb. 4 waived the hearing and was bound over to district court where he pleaded not guilty to the Dec. 12 fatal shooting and stabbing of 58-year-old Larry Ray Miller. The Times-News reports that James changed attorneys on March 17, and the next day filed a motion seeking to set aside the waiver.