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Jordan Graham Trial Brings Media Frenzy To Big Sky State

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The trial of Jordan Linn Graham brought media outlets from across the nation to Missoula, putting the Big Sky State in the spotlight.

A team of camera crews not usually seen under the Big Sky has become a staple outside of the Russell Smith Courthouse where Graham makes her entrance and exit into the courthouse.

The local media crews were joined by national news outlets, including Dateline, CNN and ABC. The story has also been picked up by the Associated Press, and is printed in everything from the Washington Times to the LA Times.

Before the trial even began, the case was featured on the cover of People Magazine. National TV crews are expected to stay in Missoula until the trial ends Friday.

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