Bryan Kohberger, the suspected killer of four Idaho college students last year in an early-morning attack, reportedly made the.
Decision to "stand silent" during his arraignment on Monday. When the judge asked Kohberger, 28, for his plea, he did not react.
And his attorney stated that he was "standing silent." The judge filed a not guilty plea on his behalf by his silence.
On October 2, a trial date was established. If the prosecution decides to seek the death penalty, they have 60.
Days to file notice.Documents filed in Latah County District Court state that Kohberger was indicted.
Last week on four counts of first-degree murder and one count of burglary.
Authorities claim that Kohberger, a Ph.D. candidate in the criminal justice and criminology department at Washington State University.
Broke into a home early on November 13, 2022, where six University of Idaho students were staying.