Kaitlin Armstrong, who stands accused of the first-degree murder of beloved pro cyclist Moriah 'Mo' Wilson will be found not guilty
"A great wrong was done here. The killer needs to be held accountable. But Kaitlin Armstrong is not guilty."
Wilson, 25, was among the most talented and promising up-and-coming off-road racers in America
As part of her legal team, Cofer previously stated a fair trial would not be possible in the Moriah Wilson murder case due to 'biased publicity' and filed a motion to prohibit prejudicial comment to media