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Jodi Arias: Jury Returns To Deliberate Life Or Death Sentence

Jodi Arias: Jury Returns To Deliberate Life Or Death Sentence

By Lacy Langley March 2, 2015

Jodi Arias continues to wait for a verdict from the jury that is in the process of deliberating her sentence for the 2008 murder of her boyfriend, Travis Alexander. The jury halted deliberations on Thursday, and remained in recess on …

Jodi Arias’ Attorney To Make Final Statements Today

Jodi Arias and her legal team have one last chance to convince the jury on Wednesday afternoon that she doesn’t deserve the death penalty. The trial for Arias’ murder of her boyfriend, Travis Alexander, is expected to resume today with …

Jodi Arias: Doctor Testifies Victim Was "Sexting"

Jodi Arias and the jury selected to hear her case took a break over the long holiday weekend, but the trial resumed on Tuesday with a bang after Dr. Robert Geffner, a psychologist, took the stand and gave graphic testimony …

Jodi Arias Trial: Death Penalty A Possibility

Jodi Arias could be facing the death penalty if prosecutors of her case have their way. Arias is tied up in an ongoing retrial of the sentencing portion of her 2012 conviction for murdering her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander. She claims …

Jodi Arias Revealed To Be "Secret Witness"

Jodi Arias has been battling it out in the courtroom for months now in the highly-publicized trial for the murder of Travis Alexander, and new documents have been brought to light that show she was actually the “secret witness” who …

Jodi Arias' Closed-Door Testimony Released

Jodi Arias told a jury behind closed doors that she struggled for two years to admit to herself that she killed her boyfriend. The closed-door testimony was released on Tuesday and has revealed few new details about the night she …

Jodi Arias Loses Bid To Delay Life Or Death Sentence

Jodi Arias was convicted of murdering her boyfriend, Travis Alexander, in 2008 in a high profile trial that ended last year. The sentencing phase of her trial ended in a deadlocked jury that couldn’t decide on life in prison or …

Jodi Arias: Lawyers Interview Witness About Computer

Jodi Arias may have been convicted of the murder of her boyfriend, Travis Alexander, in 2013, but the trial to determine whether or not she receives the death penalty is still moving on, and now it has been postponed. Prosecutors …

Nancy Grace Causes Arias Juror Dismissal

Nancy Grace was cited as the reason for the dismissal of a a second juror after he reportedly approached a journalist and asked her if she was the HNL television personality. The first juror was released Tuesday because of family …

Arias Death Penalty Trial Underway

Jodi Arias began her death penalty trial on Tuesday, several months after jurors failed to reach a decision about whether or not she deserves to be put to death or given life in prison for the murder of her boyfriend, …

Jodi Arias: Sparring Over Sex Letters Delays Trial

Jodi Arias has claimed that ex-lover Travis Alexander wrote letters to her apologizing for an alleged incident in which she said she caught him masturbating while looking at pictures of young boys. Attorneys on both sides are sparring over whether …

Jodi Arias' New Trial Will Not Broadcast Live

Jodi Arias’ penalty retrial will not broadcast live, unlike the first trial which provided endless cable TV and tabloid fodder. The live broadcast of the first trial was the reason cited by the nearly two dozen potential jurors who were …

Jodi Arias: Can She Fight Death Penalty In Re-Trial?

With the selection of a new jury on Monday, it’s fair to say that the final chapter of the Jodi Arias trial is about to begin. Arias first came to the attention of Americans when introduced as the prime suspect …

Jodi Arias' Fool for a Client Move Going Well So Far

“He who represents himself has a fool for a client.” Jodi Arias isn’t going down without a fight, even if she is the only one fighting. Arias is representing herself in this latest attempt to get a sentence secured for …

Jodi Arias Gets Penalty Phase Of Trial Delayed

Jodi Arias’s plan to represent herself seems to be going swimmingly thus far. She was successful in getting the penalty phase of her trial delayed by three weeks. Arias argued that the delay was necessary because of difficulties in securing …

Jodi Arias Stares Down Death Penalty All Alone

With Jodi Arias, it has been antic after antic throughout her highly publicized trial. Is she mentally unstable or was it all one elaborate attempt to get away with murder? This was the question on the minds of many onlookers, …

Jodi Arias: Representing Herself Wise or Ridiculous?

Jodi Arias is back in the spotlight once again with the news that she will represent herself in the penalty phase of her murder trial, despite the fact she has no legal experience, no college diploma and is only equipped …