Laura Johnson was the last person known to enter the Tri Delta sorority house at Florida State University on the night in 1978 when Ted Bundy slipped into the nearby Chi Omega house to kill two female students. After living through "the horror" of the Bundy case and its impact on the community, Johnson changed majors and ultimately worked as a prosecutor for 19 years before becoming a judge.
Judge's Career Inspired by Personal Experience With Ted Bundy Case
Daily Business Review
December 21, 2012
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