Mom of Murdered Univ of Idaho Student Shocked to Learn Her Lawyer is Now Representing Her Daughter's Accused Killer [VIDEO]
By Amber Crawford
The mother of one of the four University of Idaho murder victims recently got the shocking news that her lawyer has switched clients and is now representing her daughter’s accused killer.
Xana Kernodle, 20, is one of the four students that were killed in their home at the University of Idaho. At this time, her mother, Cara Northington, was being represented for drug charges by the chief public defender for Kootenai County, Ann Taylor.
Without warning, Taylor dropped Northington on January 5, the day that murder suspect Bryan Kohberger appeared in court in Idaho. Now, Taylor is representing the 28-year-old defendant in the trial for the murder of Northington’s daughter.
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