Today the Arizona Supreme Court denied jurisdiction of the Petition for Review that the Defense filed in State v. Jodi Arias regarding the probable cause determination of aggravating factors and the testimony of Det. Flores. I have attached both the … [Read more...] about Supreme Court Denies Petition In State v. Jodi Arias
Today was Jodi's last chance to plead for her life to the jury that convicted her of first degree, premeditated murder. Although the day started slow, it picked up just over an hour after it was supposed to start. In front of a packed courtroom … [Read more...] about Did She Say Enough? Jodi Arias Pleads For Her Life
I am sitting outside the courtroom in Maricopa County waiting for the verdict in State v. Jodi Arias. Will it be First Degree Murder? Or Manslaughter? The world outside the jury room seems to believe it will the the former; and, we all know what … [Read more...] about Jury Instructions in State v. Jodi Arias
Today we had the pleasure of listening to the questions the Jury had for Jodi Arias. Arizona is great in that it allows juror questions in every trial. They are read at the end of the questioning of the witness by both sides. The judge and the … [Read more...] about Jury v. Jodi Arias 3.6.13
Do the Jurors' questions give us a hint of what they are thinking? Do they point in one direction or the other? Are they indicating that Jodi Arias might be released? These are questions that are on the minds of those watching and following the Jodi … [Read more...] about What The Heck Is The St. v. Arias Jury Thinking?