Montana newlywed to plead guilty for pushing husband off cliff
MISSOULA, Mont. — In a plea deal reached between the prosecution and defense, newlywed Jordan Linn Graham, accused of pushing her husband over a Montana cliff, has agreed to plead guilty to second-degree murder in exchange for waiving a first-degree murder charge and a lying to investigators charge, the prosecutor said Thursday in court.
The deal was announced after the prosecution and defense rested their cases but before any closing arguments were made. There was a courtroom break after the defense rested.
When the trial resumed, the judge said there were new developments, and the prosecution announced a deal had been made.
The jury was not in the room when the deal was announced.