Court papers have revealed that Jodi Arias was allowed to secretly testify at her own sentencing hearing due to threats on her life, but the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled in November that the judge should have not closed the proceedings...Show More Summary
Testimony has resumed in the sentencing retrial of convicted murderer Jodi Arias after a weeklong break.
The Jodi Arias hearing regarding porn files on Travis Alexander’s computer came to a close Thursday afternoon, according to a new report on The Arizona Republic. Next, Judge… READ ON
The chances Jodi Arias will be a free woman someday may be boosted by an Arizona court decision overturning another woman’s death penalty case, RadarOnline.com has learned. The judge in… READ ON
Jodi Arias’ fight against the death penalty was delayed yet again this week, RadarOnline.com has learned, after one of her jurors was arrested! Melissa Lenette Garcia was Juror #3, one… READ ON
Three witnesses on behalf of Jodi Arias refused to testify in open court, and Arias' lawyers asked the judge to take the death penalty off the table. The lawyers say that the refusal means that Arias can't get a complete defense as a jury hears evidence over whether to sentence her to life in prison or death for the killing of her former boyfriend, Travis Alexander.
The “secret witness” who testified out of public view in the Jodi Arias death penalty trial last month was the defendant herself — Jodi Arias — according to court documents… READ ON
While some death row inmates turn to the Bible for sustenance, RadarOnline.com has learned that Jodi Arias has found another unlikely source of inspiration as she waits for the outcome… READ ON
Lawyers for convicted killer Jodi Arias say refusal to testify in public is grounds to take death penalty off the table
In a shocking new twist to the Jodi Arias death penalty trial, RadarOnline.com has learned that the convicted murderer’s attorneys are now arguing the punishment should be taken off the… READ ON
The identity of the mystery witness who was allowed to testify in private has been revealed—it is no other than Jodi Arias herself.
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 —