The Montana bride charged with pushing her husband off a cliff to his death was arraigned Friday on murder charges.
A federal grand jury on Thursday charged Jordan Linn Graham with first and second-degree murder, and making false statements.
Casey Wian is OutFront.
Jordan Linn Graham, the newlywed police say confessed to pushing her husband off a cliff at Glacier National Park in Montana, is back home with her parents.
She appeared in court Friday to hear the government's case as to why prosecutors want to put her back behind bars until her trial.
But the government failed to make its case.
Kyung Lah is OutFront in Missoula, Montana with the report.
A Montana judge decided to keep Jordan Linn Graham in jail as she awaits trial for the murder of her husband, Cody Johnson.
Authorities say Graham pushed Johnson off a cliff at Glacier National Park eight days after they were married. According to prosecutors, Graham changed her story several times and claims the two got into a fight and he fell. She also admitted to prosecutors that she pushed him from behind and he fell face first.
OutFront: Kyung Lah has the latest.
CNN is now learning more about the relationship between 22-year-old Jordan Linn Graham and her husband.
Police say she pushed her husband of only eight days over a cliff at Glacier National Park in Montana while the two were on hike.
Graham, who appeared in federal court Wednesday, claims the two got into a fight when her husband fell.
But his friends tell CNN Graham's story doesn't add up.
Kyung Lah is OutFront with the story.