For the first time, prosecutor Juan Martinez is revealing behind-the-scenes details from the Jodi Arias murder trial. In
Kirk Nurmi dishes the dirt on Arias in tell-all book.
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(Reporting by David Schwartz in Phoenix Editing by Dan Whitcomb in Los Angeles and Christian Plumb) He was identified dead
The Jodi Arias case has hung on sentencing, the underlying statement out of Arizona seems to be we don't give white women the death penalty. But if not in this case then when would they do so? When would America find her crime to be insidious enough to be worthy of a death sentence?
Arias did not appear to shed any tears in the courtroom Thursday. As the judge dismissed the court, one of Arias' defense
Arias was convicted in 2013 of murdering Alexander, but her first jury deadlocked on her punishment. The jury that has been
Prosecutors said Arias attacked Alexander in a jealous rage after he wanted to end their affair and planned a trip to Mexico
Alexander was shot and repeatedly stabbed in his Mesa home in June 2008. Arias says it was self-defense after the relationship
Testimony was put on hold Dec. 8 after Arias' defense told the judge that several witnesses refused to testify in public
Maricopa County spokeswoman Cari Gerchick released Thursday the amount billed so far by Arias' two court-appointed attorneys
PHOENIX (AP) — Lawyers for Jodi Arias have asked a judge to take the death penalty off the table at her sentencing retrial
Stephens had said the ruling was necessary because Arias' first witness, whom the judge refused to publicly identify, wouldn't
The judge denied a request by the defense to delay the trial based on the allegations, explaining she would take up the matter
The day began with dramatic statements from the victim's family members about the emotional and physical trauma they have