After 24 days of testimony in the case against accused child killer Geralyn Graham, the defense rested its case Tuesday. But it doesn’t mean the case will go the jurors right away. State prosecutors will now have an opportunity to present their rebuttal to the defense’s case.
In bombshell testimony for the defense, a former inmate testified Thursday that two of the state’s key witnesses worked together to make up stories about Geralyn Graham’s alleged confessions.
Defense attorneys for Geralyn Graham, the woman accused of killing missing 4-year-old foster child Rilya Wilson, argued for an acquittal of all charges in her case Wednesday morning based on the fact that Rilya’s body has never been found.
Prosecutors may wrap up their case Tuesday in the trial of Geralyn Graham, the South Florida woman accused of killing missing 4-year-old foster child Rilya Wilson.
Defense attorneys for the 66-year-old woman facing first-degree murder of a child tried to discredit one of the state’s witnesses Monday.
Testimony against Geralyn Graham continued Friday as state prosecutors tried to bolster the credibility of a jailhouse snitch — a key witness in their case against the accused child murderer. Graham faces first-degree murder in the death of foster child 4-year-old Rilya Wilson. Rilya’s body has never been found.
The trial of Geralyn Graham for the death of foster child Rilya Wilson resumed Wednesday.