- Body of Kalispell man found below Sun Road in Glacier National Park
- Fall cited as cause of death of Kalispell man
- Investigation into death in Glacier Park continues
- Bride accused of pushing Kalispell man off cliff in Glacier Park
- Arrest of new bride brings more questions in Glacier homicide
- Kalispell bride's lawyers ask for her release pending murder trial
- Newlywed accused of 2nd-degree murder released from jail
- Federal judge affirms release of woman accused of killing new husband
In July 2013, the body of 25-year-old Cody Lee Johnson of Kalispell was found below Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park. His wife of eight days, Jordan Linn Graham, was convicted of second-degree murder.
MISSOULA — Prosecutors are asking the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals for more time to respond to a Kalispell bride’s appeal of her second-degree murder conviction.
MISSOULA — The Kalispell bride who pleaded guilty to pushing her husband off a cliff in Glacier National Park eight days after their wedding filed a last-minute appeal of her 30-year, no-parole federal prison sentence.
Unedited video showing friends of Cody Johnson comment as they enter the federal courthouse in Missoula on March 27 for the sentencing hearing of Jordan Graham, who pleaded guilty to pushing Johnson off a cliff to his death in July, days after their wedding.
Federal public defender Michael Donahoe talks to the media Thursday afternoon at the federal courthouse in Missoula, Montana. Donahoe's client, Jordan Linn Graham, was sentence to 30 years and 5 months for killing her husband Cody Johnson last summer in Glacier National Park.
MISSOULA — Does pushing your husband off a cliff to his death warrant serving life in prison? Or 10 years? Or somewhere in between?