MISSOULA — Federal prosecutors have been granted more time to file a response to a Kalispell woman's lengthy appeal of her conviction for killing her new husband by pushing him off a cliff in Glacier National Park.
UPDATE: Federal prosecutors say a Montana woman does not have grounds to withdraw her guilty plea to second-degree murder in the death of her husband, who was pushed off a cliff in Glacier National Park last summer.
MISSOULA — Prosecutors are seeking life behind bars for Jordan Linn Graham, the Kalispell newlywed who pushed her husband to his death last July 7 in Glacier National Park.
HELENA — Investigators twisted the statements of a newlywed bride to make it appear as though she deliberately pushed her husband to his death in Glacier National Park, an attorney for the Montana woman claimed.
MISSOULA — A newlywed accused of pushing her husband to his death in Glacier National Park remained on house arrest Friday, despite efforts from prosecutors to return her to jail, while her lawyer said the fatal fall was an accident.
HELENA — The strange saga of Christopher Williams and his marijuana conviction took another twist Tuesday after his defense attorney Michael Donahoe filed a motion to withdraw from the case.
In an unorthodox move, U.S. Attorney Michael Cotter is offering to dismiss six of the eight marijuana charges that a jury convicted Christopher Williams of on Sept. 27, but Williams is refusing to take the deal.
HELENA — A jury on Thursday convicted a medical marijuana provider of drug trafficking and firearms charges, upholding the U.S. government's raids of state-regulated pot dispensaries in its first test at trial.
HELENA — A Helena lawyer is asking a federal court judge to throw out the charges against his client, saying that the U.S. Attorney’s office has no right to “veto” Montana voters’ approval of medical marijuana.