Did Jodi Arias kill Travis Alexander because she loved him too much? A defense expert in her death penalty retrial testified Thursday that Alexander’s killing was “psychological vomit,”… READ ON
Defense attorneys for convicted murderer Jodi Arias on Wednesday sought to portray the victim as a man torn between his devout Mormon faith and his secret sexual urges as they worked to convince a jury to spare her life.
The prosecution fired back at Jodi Arias lawyers, who accuse a detective of hiding evidence that Travis Alexander was into teen porn. Arias attorneys want her murder conviction tossed because… READ ON
Jodi Arias’ trial is set to continue after a two-week break. However, her defense team has made startling allegations. On Monday, Arias’ attorneys filed a motion to dismiss all charges. If nothing else, they have asked the court to spare their client’s life. Show More Summary
Phoenix, AZ—Okay I’m jaded. I have investigated so many high profile cases over the decades and have learned one sad thing about them. Integrity among witnesses, cops and prosecutors quickly vanishes. Being a criminal defense investigator is not like what most people think or understand. Show More Summary
More than six years after Travis Alexander was found murdered, his ex-girlfriend Jodi Arias could be close to winning her freedom thanks to a shocking twist in the case. RadarOnline.com… READ ON
PHOENIX — Attorneys for convicted murderer Jodi Arias have filed a motion to dismiss all charges against her, alleging prosecutorial misconduct.
Phoenix, AZ—The defense in the Jodi Arias case has filed a Poison Pill Motion that will end the prosecution of Arias. She will be set free without as much as a jaywalking conviction! According to the motion the computer belonging to Travis Alexander, while in police custody was tampered with. Show More Summary
Remember how Jodi Arias coldly and brutally murdered her ex-boyfriend in a particularly bloody and heinous manner? Well, according to one “feminist” professor, Jodi Arias — and all women —
Since Jodi Arias was convicted of murdering her boyfriend Travis Alexander, not much has been heard from members of her family, particularly her parents. Now, Bill and Sandy Arias are breaking their silence as they posted a video on YouTube. Show More Summary
The parents of convicted murderer Jodi Arias published a video through Youtube on Monday, speaking out for the first time since their daughter was convicted. But if you were hoping for words of regret or sorrow, or any insight, you will be pretty disappointed. Show More Summary
Courtroom secrets have delayed the Jodi Arias death penalty trial for a week and RadarOnline.com has all the details. The halt comes after Arias demanded that the public and media… READ ON
Testimony put on hold for more than a week after Arizona appeals court overrules judge's decision to let defense witness testify in private
By David Schwartz PHOENIX (Reuters) - An Arizona judge on Tuesday delayed witness testimony in the penalty phase retrial of convicted murderer Jodi Arias after an appeals court ordered the proceedings be opened to the public, court officials said. Show More Summary
Desperate times call for desperate measures? As Jodi Arias’ appeal continues to drag on, RadarOnline.com has learned that her mom and dad have taken to the internet, begging for… READ ON
Judge Sherry Stephens and Prosecutor Juan Martinez Phoenix, AZ—Let me begin by saying I’m not now nor have I ever been retained as the defense investigator of Jodi Arias. I’m not her friend or one of her supporters. I have however been greatly alarmed by the conduct of her journey through the Arizona criminal justice system. Show More Summary
An appeals court ruled Monday that the judge was wrong to kick the public and media out of the Jodi Arias death penalty trial. A three-judge panel granted news media… READ ON
The judge in the Jodi Arias sentencing retrial has barred the public from watching the first witness called by the convicted murderer's legal team as she fights to be spared from the death penalty.
Siblings of the man murdered by Jodi Arias tearfully told a jury Thursday how they are still traumatized by his killing six years ago, recounting a litany of nightmares, ulcers and family troubles brought on by the loss of their beloved family member.
Jodi Arias’ defense team will begin their case to try and save the convicted murderer from the death penalty when the sentencing retrial resumes Thursday in Arizona’s Maricopa County… READ ON