Judge Accepts Guilty Plea from Bride in Murder Case

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) A federal judge in Montana has accepted a guilty plea from Jordan Graham.

She was on trial on charges including first-degree murder in the death of the man to whom she was married for just eight days.

Prosecutors say Graham pushed her new husband from a cliff at Glacier National Park after she decided she didn't want to be married to him.

Today, Graham agreed to plead guilty to a second-degree murder charge. She'll face a maximum sentence of life in prison.


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