A reporter for an Arizona newspaper tweeted some interesting news about the Jodi Arias case.
It’s clear that Aaron Alexis was quite sick. He was paranoid and heard voices. About six weeks ago, he told people that someone had threatened him at an airport in Virginia. Shortly afterwards, he thought that people were speaking to him through the walls, floor and ceiling of the naval base. He also heard voices… Read More »
As I write this I realize that the information is ever-evolving but here is what we know so far:
Montana newlywed, 22-year-old Jordan Linn Graham (also known as Jo-Jo) is accused of pushing her husband, 25-year-old Cody Lee Johnson, to his death over a cliff in Glacier National Park. Investigators believe that she pushed her husband because she was having “second thoughts” about her marriage.
Lake Mary, Florida Police Chief Steve Bracknell says, in a series of emails, that he agrees with a concerned citizen who believes that Zimmerman might be the next “Sandyhook.”
We are beginning to see a flurry of activity regarding Jodi Arias’s status hearing set for September 16, 2013.
George Zimmerman not only can’t stay out of the news, he can’t stay out of trouble. Details about this latest incident are evolving. News reports say that he punched his father-in-law in the nose and threatened to shoot his estranged wife, Shellie Zimmerman.
18-year-old Isabella Yun-Mi Guzman was arrested and charged last week with first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing her mother 79 times in the face and in the neck.
This is a powerful video. A Columbus, Ohio man posted an online video confessing to crashing into another man’s vehicle after a night of drinking.
The Associated Press has reported that George Zimmerman was pulled over for speeding in central Florida. He was ticketed Tuesday morning going 60 mph in a 45 mph zone.
I’m beginning my preparations for a new class in which we will be studying the “worst of the worst” offenders. It will focus on the people who have committed the most heinous crimes. One of the first contenders is Robert William “Willie” Pickton.
There are several interesting stories in the news and I wanted to do a “roundup.” Texas Father Who Killed His Daughter’s Molester Won’t Be Charged A Texas father walked in on his five-year-old daughter being molested by Jesus Flores. The father took action quickly and killed the man. The father was never arrested and a… Read More »
Jodi Arias’s defense team has been quite busy lately. In the span of just the last few weeks, they have filed multiple motions regarding the next phase of the trial including: attempting to ban cameras in the courtroom, requesting that they be allowed to read the Twitter and related social media accounts of jurors, allowing for the personal involvement… Read More »
Alyce Laviolette is back in the news. Recently she was interviewed by CNN’s Ted Rowlands. She once again took to the public airwaves to have her words presented to the millions of people. She was not forced to give this interview, just as she was not forced to testify on behalf of Jodi Arias.
In case you missed today’s interview with Alyce LaViolette, I am posting it below. I am working on an article about the interview that should be posted in the near future.
Dr. Michael Stone is the creator of a 22-point “Graduations of Evil” scale. If you’re a fan of the Investigation Discovery channel, you may have seen him featured on episodes of the show “Most Evil.” He is a forensic psychiatrist and a professor at Columbia University.
Jodi’s attorney’s filed a new motion for “individualized voir dire in sequestered proceedings” (i.e. have extended time to personally question jurors) and to prohibit cameras in her retrial.
Social media, now more than ever, is impacting our criminal justice system in unique and unexpected ways. The most recent example of this can be found in the motion filed by Jodi Arias’ attorney’s, who are asking that jurors in her retrial be mandated to reveal whether or not they have a Twitter account.