A lot a movement has happened in State v. Jodi Arias in the past couple days leading up to the status conference scheduled for Monday, August 26. It is anticipated that the firm trial date will be scheduled on Monday. Additionally, the Judge may … [Read more...] about Motions and Twitter and Juries Oh My! (State v. Jodi Arias)
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Let me give you some free advice...are you ready? Have a pen and paper to write this down? Okay, here you go: DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE BEFORE YOU CALL AN ATTORNEY! I received a call the other day at about 10:00 a.m. from someone who … [Read more...] about You Waited Until the Last Minute?
On Wednesday, June 26, Judge Nelson allowed in several previous non-emergency 911 calls made by George Zimmerman into the trial. Background: George Zimmerman was a neighborhood watch volunteer who, over a span of many years, made numerous, around … [Read more...] about Why Did The Calls Come In?
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
My predictions are: 1. Jodi Arias will make a statement, will appear to cry, will blame others and will not say sorry for killing Travis Alexander. 2. The Jury will return a verdict of "death" tomorrow. … [Read more...] about My Predictions for State v. Jodi Arias
Thursday, May 9, 2013 was the day to start the aggravation phase in the State v. Jodi Arias trial. Just twelve hours before the anticipated start, the GUILTY verdict was read and Arias officially became a "murderer." The aggravation phase has been … [Read more...] about Too Cowardly To Face The Victims?
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
There is a man in Tucson that was convicted as a teenager in 1972 for murder. Louis Taylor, who is now 59, has lived almost his entire life in prison. He was convicted for setting fire to a hotel in December 1970 that caused the deaths of 29 … [Read more...] about Stories Like This Make Me Sad