Phoenix judge denies killer's attorneys bid for another mistrial, tells panel to try harder to decide life or death
By David Schwartz PHOENIX (Reuters) - Jurors deciding whether convicted killer Jodi Arias should be executed in Arizona were told by a judge on Tuesday to try harder to reach a verdict after apparently deadlocking in the closely watched retrial, court officials said. Show More Summary
Jurors weighing a death sentence for Jodi Arias have reached an impasse, a Maricopa County Superior Court judge said Tuesday, before giving them a special instruction in an effort to resolve the case.
A second jury is trying to decide whether the Arizona woman at the center of a sensational murder case should be put to death
The Arizona jurors who will decide whether Jodi Arias should be put to death will resume deliberations Monday.
If jurors decide Jodi Arias should die for for the brutal murder of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, her jailhouse life would almost immediately change for the worse when she’s placed on … READ ON
The fate Jodi Arias is now up to the Jury. The question is, will she pay for her crime with her life? The Arizona jury is deliberating over the 34 year old woman’s fate. The jury has to choice between possible sentences to choose from,...Show More Summary
Jodi Arias will pay for killing her ex-boyfriend -- but will that crime cost the 34-year-old woman her life? The Arizona jury now deliberating over her fate has three possible choices for a sentence: life in prison, life with the possibility...Show More Summary
The fate of Jodi Arias is now with the jury.
Jodi Arias has been on trial in Phoenix, Arizona this week, facing the death penalty for killing her boyfriend, Travis Alexander, in 2008. The violence of the act was shocking. Alexander was not only shot, but his throat was slit as well. Show More Summary
Defense attorney Kirk Nurmi pleaded for Jodi Arias' life last Tuesday, Feb. 24, as he told the jury deciding whether she'll be put to death that the ex-boyfriend she killed sexually used and humiliated her and wanted to keep their encounters a secret.
The jury got the case after a defense lawyer made his final plea for mercy in the murder by Jodi Arias that grabbed global attention over the violent nature of the crime
Attorney for convicted killer tries to sway sentencing panel with images of Jodi Arias from happier times
Jodi Arias, convicted of first-degree murder, faced a jury yesterday at the Maricopa County Superior Court, but she refused to talk to them unless the the public was first dismissed. She passed up the chance to address jurors before they decided her fate between life and death. Show More Summary
Jodi Arias was convicted in 2013 of murdering Travis Alexander, but jurors deadlocked on her sentence; A new jury will now decide her punishment
PHOENIX (AP) — Convicted murderer Jodi Arias declined Monday to address a jury considering whether to sentence her to life in prison or death in the killing of her former boyfriend. Arias said she wanted to make comments to jurors but insisted the courtroom be cleared. Show More Summary
Two jurors excused in the Jodi Arias sentencing retrial. Those were the lucky ones who were able to never have to hear about this case again. [KFYI] After handing down their latest law school rankings, NLJ also talked with hiring partners about getting hired. Show More Summary
The prosecution in the Jodi Arias sentencing retrial has rested its case.
Arias was convicted nearly two years ago in the 2008 murder of her ex-boyfriend, but her punishment is still in limbo
Jodi Arias' sentencing retrial resumed on Wednesday this week as jurors heard some very graphic text messages between Arias and Travis Alexander.