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Both pleaded guilty to the murder and, as part of their plea deals, testified against Waterman in Juneau. On Wednesday, before jurors entered the courtroom, Arrant, now 31, refused an order of Judge William Carey to testify again.

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He riveted jurors with more than five hours of testimony about how and why in 2004 the two friends murdered the mother of Arrant's girlfriend, a 16-year-old with whom Radel also had a brief fling.

Both men were 24 at the time of the killing near Craig, in Southeast Alaska.

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The first trial, in Juneau in 2006, ended with a hung jury.

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