A new appeal to the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals brings yet another twist in the complicated trial of Jordan Graham, the young newlywed accused of pushing her husband Cody Johnson off of a cliff in Glacier National Park.
After pleading guilty to 2nd degree murder and receiving a 30 year prison sentence for pushing her husband off of a cliff in Glacier National Park, Jordan Graham now wants to appeal the entire case to a higher court.
Update, March 27, 12:45: Jordan Graham has been sentenced to 365 months (30 years) in prison with five years supervised release after pleading guilty to the 2nd degree murder of her newlywed husband Cody Johnson.
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.