Convicted killer Jodi Arias has been successful in getting the penalty phone of her trial delayed for three weeks. Jodi Arias is representing herself in the retrial. She was previously granted her motion to represent herself after conflicts occurred with one of her lawyers regarding trial strategy. Her other lawyer quit the case, saying in
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PHOENIX (AP) — The judge presiding over the Jodi Arias murder case on Wednesday delayed the penalty phase of her trial until Sept. 29.
PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona judge on Wednesday granted Jodi Arias' motion to delay the start of her planned Sept. 8 penalty phase retrial.
Convicted killer Jodi Arias, who could face the death penalty for the murder of her ex-boyfriend at his Phoenix area home more than six years ago, won a three-week delay on Wednesday in the retrial of the penalty phase of the case. Maricopa...Show More Summary
Jodi Arias, who is now serving as her own attorney, argued that she needed more time to interview an expert witness she plans to call during the retrial
Convicted killer Jodi Arias is determined to prove herself innocent when she defends herself during the penalty phase of her trial — and she’s even hired a private investigator to… READ ON
Arias asked a judge Wednesday to postpone the second penalty phase of her murder trial, explaining she would no longer represent herself if one of her two attorneys is allowed to quit the case
On Monday, a judge approved Jodi Arias’s request to represent herself at her upcoming sentencing trial, prompting San Francisco defense lawyer Daniel Horowitz to say “It’s actually probably a good idea to represent herself. She looks like a vicious psychopath with a ridiculous defense.” He added that although the jury may simply find Arias to
Jodi Arias will represent herself in the upcoming penalty phase of her murder trial despite having no legal experience and no college degree; but legal experts say it could work to her advantage
Jodi Arias’ seeking attention tactics have finally paid off. Jodi Arias will be representing herself in court at her death penalty trial for the murder of her husband, Travis Alexander. A judge approved the request on Monday, according to CBS News. Jodi Arias has been in custody since her arrest in 2008 for Travis Alexander’s
The 34-year-old was convicted of first-degree murder last year in Travis Alexander's grisly 2008 murder but the Arizona jury deadlocked on whether she should get life behind bars or death.
PHOENIX (AP) — A judge ruled Monday that Jodi Arias can represent herself in the upcoming penalty phase of her murder trial, where jurors will decide whether she is put to death for killing her ex-boyfriend.
Judge says Arias, who was convicted of murder in brutal death of her ex-boyfriend, can act as her own lawyer in penalty phase
A judge has ruled that Jodi Arias can represent herself in the upcoming penalty phase of her murder trial.
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A production company based in Northern California has been granted the exclusive rights to the life story of Jodi Arias — a deal made with the convicted killer herself —… READ ON
Jodi Arias WILL face the death penalty for the brutal murder of her ex-boyfriend and despite her desperate legal maneuvers in an Arizona courtroom the judge has denied her request… READ ON
PHOENIX (AP) — A judge denied a motion from Jodi Arias' defense team this week to have the death penalty removed as a sentencing option for the woman whose murder trial became an international sensation. Arias' attorneys argued thatShow More Summary
Jodi Arias could still face the death penalty after all, a judge ruled. In court documents filed on Friday, Judge Sherry Stephens ruled against defense attorneys who had tried to argue that banning a defense aide from visiting Arias in jail prejudiced the murder case against her. Arias was convicted last year of murdering former