1996 "no body" homicide conviction

When Kimberly Greene Medina disappeared in 1996, her husband Michael Medina told police this was something she did often. But her family and friends knew better. They knew that Kimmy would never leave her two young girls behind. The police investigated but there was simply nothing to go on - no crime scene, no murder weapon, no body. 17 years later, John was part of the trial team that achieved justice for Kimmy when Michael Medina was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. You can read more about the case in the Sentinel's coverage or the Denver Post.