An accused killer was back in a Dothan courtroom for a pre-trial hearing Tuesday afternoon.
24-year-old David Phillip Wilson is charged with capital murder.
He's accused in the beating a strangulation death of 64-year-old Dewey Walker.
Police say Walker had been dead for nearly a week when his body was found in his home on Shields Court in April of 2004.
Prosecutors contend the elderly man was killed because Wilson and three other suspects wanted the expensive sound system in Walker's van.
Wilson is scheduled to stand trial December 3rd.
One of his co-defendants has already pled guilty to murder.
Michael Ray Jackson was sentenced to more than 30 years in prison for his part in the crime.
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