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Gail Gerlach was in court on Friday for a pre-trial motion Gail Gerlach was in court on Friday for a pre-trial motion
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SPOKANE, Wash. - The man accused of shooting and killing someone who was stealing his vehicle was back in court on Friday for a pre-trial motion.

Gail Gerlach's attorneys submitted a motion to have everything Gerlach told detectives before he was read his Miranda Rights suppressed. His attorneys say Gerlach was unaware he may be saying things that could be used against him in his manslaughter trial.

In March of 2013, Gerlach was warming up his vehicle in the early morning hours.That's when Brendan Kaluza Graham jumped into the truck and began driving away.

Gerlach fired one shot as Kaluza-Graham drove away. A shot that would prove fatal.He now faces up to seven years behind bars.
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