It took only one juror to spare Jodi Arias the death penalty for the brutal murder of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in 2008. Considering the United States has executed only 13 women in the last 40 years, a death sentence would have been highly unusual. Show More Summary
Many people who have followed the Jodi Arias case were surprised when once again, Arias was spared the death penalty when one juror voted against it. Known simply as Juror 17, the holdout who hung up the jury in the sentencing retrial is finally speaking out about the backlash that she has since experienced after the 26-hour deliberation in the Arias case.
The mysterious Juror 17 in the Jodi Arias case has faced the harsh criticism of everyone from her fellow jurors to the victim’s family. But there’s one person who’s solidly… READ ON
The infamous “Juror 17” claimed in her first televised interview the death threats are rolling in and she’s under 24-hour police protection after casting the lone vote to save the life of Arizona boyfriend killer Jodi Arias.
The lone holdout juror who saved Jodi Arias from death row is finally speaking out about sticking to her decision and the fallout she’s experienced as a result. Known as… READ ON
A video showing Jodi Arias testifying during her retrial hearing was released on Thursday. According to ABC News, during her testimony, Arias did express some remorse for murdering her boyfriend Travis Alexander. The testimony was given behind closed doors because the convicted killer claimed she was receiving death threats. Show More Summary
According to Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Jodi Arias violated several jail rules and will have to give up phone calls and video chats for six weeks unless they pertain to legal matters. As reported by CBS News, the controversial Maricopa County...Show More Summary
A mistrial was declared on the Jodi Arias sentencing retrial when the jury deadlocked over Juror 17, whom they accused of holding out and not deliberating with the rest of the jurors.
Many have questioned why Jodi Arias, a convicted killer, is being offered so many luxuries while behind bars. The murderer spends up to nine hours a day video chatting with “fans” from a laptop in her cell. She can be seen enjoying Hershey’s bars while giving her admirers big smiles. Show More Summary
The lone holdout juror opposed to sending Jodi Arias to death row had watched a made for TV movie about the convicted killer, and followed news stations reporting about the case on social media.
As the jury in the Jodi Arias trial reached an impasse last week, prosecutors and fellow jurors attempted to remove a holdout on the panel who was the only obstacle in the way of securing a death sentence against the convicted murde...
PHOENIX (AP) — As the jury in the Jodi Arias trial reached an impasse last week, prosecutors and fellow jurors attempted to remove a holdout on the panel who was the only obstacle in the way of securing a death sentence against the convicted...Show More Summary
Top-secret testimony from JODI ARIAS— so explosive she would only give it in secret — will be made public today. Judge Sherry Stephens kicked reporters from the courtroom for two days for a “secret witness” in late October and early November before an Arizona appeals court ordered the death penalty trial to be reopened to the public. Show More Summary
Arizona judge Sherry Stephens declared a mistrial in the sentencing phase of the Jodi Arias murder case after a jury failed to reach a unanimous verdict.
Security has been provided for the lone juror who voted not to give Jodi Arias the death penalty for killing her boyfriend Travis Alexander. The 12-member jury announced that they were hopelessly deadlocked on Arias’ punishment on Thursday. Show More Summary
PHOENIX (AP) — Authorities were providing security Friday for the sole juror who voted to spare the life of convicted murderer Jodi Arias. No threats had been reported against any of the 12 jurors, authorities said. However, the lone...Show More Summary
The woman responsible for keeping Jodi Arias alive is officially known as juror No. 17, but authorities say that her identity has been revealed online. As a result, police are protecting her for the time being, reports the AP. Her 11 fellow jurors all voted in favor of the death...
Although Jodi Arias narrowly escaped the death penalty by a vote of 11-1 in the murder of her ex-lover, Travis Alexander, it’s hard to say which would have been more expensive: the appeals process or keeping the young woman in prison for the rest of her life, which could easily be another half decade. Show More Summary
Escaping the death penalty multiple times doesn’t come cheap! Arizona taxpayers are out around $3 million, after a jury couldn’t reach a unanimous decision to execute Jodi Arias for the… READ ON
Jodi Arias was spared the death penalty after a jury in her second sentencing trial couldn’t come to a unanimous decision. Members of the jury panel are now blasting the… READ ON