The coroner for the Flathead County Sheriff's Department gave his account of where he found articles of clothing belonging to Cody Johnson, as well as a cloth that has been in question, from the witness stand today, Dec. 11, in the third day of the Jordan Graham murder trial.
The second day of the Jordan Graham trial began with stories from people who were once her closest friends and confidants, until they started to grow concerned as the newlywed's story of her husband's disappearance kept changing and not "matching up."
The jury of seven women and five men took just a few hours to decide that Jordan Johnson was not guilty of sexually assaulting a fellow University of Montana student on the night of Feb. 4, 2012 as the two watched a movie at her house.
Jordan Johnson continued the testimony he began Tuesday in Missoula Dstrict Court today, Feb. 27, telling his side of the story regarding a relationship, and subsequent sexual encounter, he had with a fellow University of Montana student who said he raped her Feb. 4, 2012.
A forensic gynecologist told those in Missoula District Court on Friday, Feb. 22, that after reviewing materials in the Jordan Johnson rape trial, he not only found no evidence that the sexual intercourse between Johnson and his accuser was non-consensual, but he also found that the medical exam done on the woman was "below the standard of care."
A shootout that ended in a car crash engulfed in flames on the Las Vegas strip closed down the main road where the incident left a cab driver, a passenger in the cab and a rapper dead, and four other people injured.
Lori Morin, the assistant dean of student affairs at the School of Pharmacy at the University of Montana, said that the alleged victim came to her about a month after the night she had accused suspended Grizzlies quarterback Jordan Johnson of raping her after seeing him for the first time since that night and was sobbing and hugging on to her.
"She was an absolute wreck," Morin said. "She was terrified."
Brian O'Day took the stand first this morning, Febebruary 15, as a witness in the sexual assault trial for suspended University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson and discussed talking with the alleged victim the night in question, as well as over the days that followed.
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