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Mother Testifies Jordan Graham Has Never Told Her She Pushed Cody Johnson Off Cliff to His Death – Prosecution and Defense Rest

Day four of the Jordan Graham trial continued on Thursday morning of December 12, a little later then scheduled. The prosecution rested and the defense began calling up witnesses--one in particular was Graham's mother, Lindele Rutledge.

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Confession and Texts From Jordan Graham After Husband’s Death Revealed

The third day of the Jordan Graham trial wrapped-up with testimonies by two FBI agents that helped piece together the events of July 7, the day that Graham is accused of murdering her newlywed husband Cody Johnson by pushing him off a cliff near "the loop" parking lot at Glacier National Park.

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Coroner Describes Scene and Condition of the Body of Cody Johnson in Third Day of Jordan Graham Trial

The coroner for the Flathead County Sheriff's Department gave his account of where he found articles of clothing belonging to Cody Johnson, as well as a cloth that has been in question, from the witness stand today, Dec. 11, in the third day of the Jordan Graham murder trial.

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Testimonies in Jordan Graham Trial Give First Hints at Prosecutions Case for Premeditated Murder

It's the third day of the Jordan Graham murder trial, and although many have testified that Graham did not act "normal" either before or after the death of her newlywed husband Cody Johnson, little has been discussed that might point to a predetermined plan by Graham to kill her husband: a case the prosecution must make to convict Graham of first degree murder.

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Jordan Graham Jury Shown Pictures of “Blindfold,” Actual Cloth Not Allowed in Court

Shortly before the Jordan Graham murder trial began on December 9, national media went wild over speculation that a "blindfold" may have been used the night that Cody Johnson disappeared in Glacier National Park.

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Friends of Jordan Graham Tell of Her Odd Behavior the Night They Found Cody Johnson Dead

During the afternoon of the second day of her murder trial, Jordan Graham's friends, who were with her when she found her husband's body in Glacier National Park, testified about her behavior they viewed as uncharacteristic for the situation.

Graham is accused of pushing her newlywed husband Cody Johnson to his death in Glacier National Park.

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