MADISON (WKOW) -- Jeffrey Vogelsberg, the man accused of killing his half-brother, wants to change his plea.
Vogelsberg is charged in the death of Matthew Graville. Graville's body was found buried near Lone Rock. Vogelsberg is charged with first degree intentional homicide and hiding a corpse.
Vogelsberg has pleaded not guilty to the charges. At a hearing Monday, Vogelsberg's attorney motioned to change Vogelsberg's pleas to not guilty and not guilty for reasons of mental disease or defect. Judge Julie Genovese did not make a decision on the motion.
Vogelsberg will be back in court in January.
Vogelsberg was scheduled to stand trial in October, but it was postponed.
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