Aaron Hernandez, who was released by the New England Patriots, was arrested today for murder of his finacee's sister's boyfriend. Did you follow that? Ah, the tangled web we weave. Over the next several months we will hear about the … [Read more...] about Nothing Good Happens After Midnight – Ask Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez
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
There was a hearing today in the State v. George Zimmerman case in Florida. Numerous motions were considered and ruled upon and overall, it was a successful day for the State. Here is a short run down of most of the issues the Court ruled upon and … [Read more...] about Court Rules in State v. Zimmerman, No Gag Order
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?
The Defense in State v. Jodi Arias filed ANOTHER motion for a mistrial this past Sunday regarding prosecutorial misconduct and ineffective assistance of counsel. Now before you start going batty and cursing them, hear me out. The trial has … [Read more...] about ANOTHER MOTION FOR MISTRIAL IN STATE V. ARIAS? SERIOUSLY?
The State v. Jodi Arias Defense team called its first "expert witness," Dr. Richard Samuels. He took the stand to testify to "acute stress disorder" and "PTSD." As for him as a witness I thought he was actually easy to understand and I walked out … [Read more...] about State v. Jodi Arias’ First Expert – Dr. Samuels
I could write a very long blog post on Jodi Arias' 18th and LAST day on the witness stand but it would bore you to tears and make you want to pull your hair out. Her 18 days of testifying were filled with inconsistencies, stories, sexual fantasies, … [Read more...] about Her Last Day
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