Griz quarterback Jordan Johnson seeks to get criminal case dismissed

Montana Grizzlies football quarterback Jordan Johnson has been accused of sexual intercourse without consent, and suspended from the University of Montana. In criminal court, Johnson is seeking to have his case dismissed due to the State of Montana failing to disclose discovery, or the evidence against him in a timely fashion. Earlier Johnson argued that prosecutors kept facts out of the charging documents to the judge that cast doubt on their case, and only included poor facts against him to support their charge. Johnson is seeking among other things, copies of interviews of eight witnesses as well as text message records from over a dozen individuals. The Court should make a determination on this motion in September.