At this time last year our Country started the downward spiral of obsession with the State v. Jodi Arias trial. The last part of the story will begin on March 17 with the jury selection for the re-trial of the penalty phase. Another trial that just … [Read more...] about The Next Big Trial In Maricopa County is Here – St. v. Marissa Devault
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)
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
The jury came back today with a guilty verdict of first degree murder, aggravated arson and two counts of child endangerment, in the Kansas cop that shot his wife and then set fire to their home with her inside. No surprise there at all! In fact, … [Read more...] about Seacat Found Guilty
As a criminal law attorney there are some things you just KNOW. You KNOW your client is more likely guilty than not; You KNOW the public thinks the world would be a better place without you; You KNOW not to mess with karma if you can help … [Read more...] about The Question of Death in the Court of Public Opinion – 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?