Jordan Johnson’s accuser testified on cross examination that the two had kissed several times over the course of a year or so, but were not dating. On the night in question, the two were kissing on her bed at her residence. The accuser was on top of Johnson and nibbling his ear while watching a movie. Both started to “sexually gyrate” back and forth with their clothes on. Johnson then took off her shirt, and she took his shirt off. The accuser then says that she said no to further sexual advances, and eventually intercourse. Later the accuser admitted that she has stated that she wanted to have consensual sex with Johnson on some other night, just not that night. The accuser admitted on the stand that she could have been “more clear” about saying no that night, but maintains that she did tell Johnson no to sex and eventually had to just “give up” to his advances.
Marty is a former criminal prosecutor in the Cascade County Attorney’s Office and now uses that experience to defend those accused of crimes. A University of Montana School of Law graduate, Marty focuses his practice on personal injury and criminal defense and is a premier DUI defense attorney. He is also well versed in the insurance claims industry and has negotiated significant settlements with nearly every major insurance company.