U.S. Attorneys outline plan for Graham case
MISSOULA, Mont. - In a notice of disclosure filed with the court, the U.S. attorneys have outlined their plan for the federal case involving a woman accused of pushing her husband off a cliff.
A pre-trial conference for Jordan Linn Graham of Kalispell is scheduled for Tuesday. But Assistant U.S. Attorney Zeno Baucus filed a nine page report to notify the court the parties have discussed a number of topics already.
The notice says the the parties agree that a February 2014 trial date is acceptable and that the U.S. plans to call up to 60 witnesses at the trial over a two week period.
Graham is accused of pushing her husband of just eight days, Cody Lee Johnson, off a cliff in Glacier National Park in July. She pleaded not guilty to first and second degree murder as well as a third charge for allegedly lying to investigators.
Click here to read the full notice of disclosure.