Stanley Guidroz, left, is led into Pierce County Superior Court for arrignment Feb. 11, 2015, on a manslaughter charge in the 1983 disappearance of his 3-year-old son, Wallace. The boy’s body was never found. Prosecutors later dismissed the charge after a Superior Court judge ruled Guidroz’s confession couldn’t be used at trial. An appellate court upheld that decision Tuesday.
Stanley Guidroz, left, is led into Pierce County Superior Court for arrignment Feb. 11, 2015, on a manslaughter charge in the 1983 disappearance of his 3-year-old son, Wallace. The boy’s body was never found. Prosecutors later dismissed the charge after a Superior Court judge ruled Guidroz’s confession couldn’t be used at trial. An appellate court upheld that decision Tuesday. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file, 2015
Stanley Guidroz, left, is led into Pierce County Superior Court for arrignment Feb. 11, 2015, on a manslaughter charge in the 1983 disappearance of his 3-year-old son, Wallace. The boy’s body was never found. Prosecutors later dismissed the charge after a Superior Court judge ruled Guidroz’s confession couldn’t be used at trial. An appellate court upheld that decision Tuesday. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file, 2015