Jordan Graham Strikes Plea Deal; Halts Murder Trial

After three days of testimony, Jordan Graham pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree murder for pushing her husband off of a cliff just eight days after their wedding. The deal came in federal court in Missoula, Mont., at lunchtime Thursday, just before her jury was set to hear closing arguments. U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy accepted the plea, but said she first had to tell him the truth. Graham said that she and Cody Johnson were on the Loop Trail in Glacier National Park July 7, arguing over what the defense has referred to as her "wedding blues," when Johnson grabbed her arm.
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Jordan Graham Newlywed Murder Trial Begins with Testimony About 'Wedding Blues'

The murder trial of a Montana woman accused of pushing her new husband to his death began with the jury seeing a smiling Cody Johnson, looking dapper in a blue shirt and striped tie. That photograph was replaced minutes later with one of Johnson's body lying face-down in a pool of water at the bottom of a cliff in Glacier National Park. There were no witnesses to what happened the night of July 7, when Johnson and Jordan Graham argued over their 8-day-old marriage at a popular spot in the park, Assistant U.S. Attorney Kris McLean told jurors Monday in a Missoula,
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