What You Need To Know About The Andrea Sneiderman Trial

Jury selection for Andrea Sneiderman’s trial begins on July 29th. According to her indictment, she is facing 16 charges, including malice murder, felony murder, multiple perjury charges and making false statements to law enforcement. Ms. Sneiderman’s husband, Rusty, was dropping Continue reading

Judge Nelson Doesn’t Allow Text Messages or Animation Video Into Evidence

Attorneys in the Zimmerman trial argued into the late night hours about the computer animation version video that the defense wants to introduce into evidence. The defense also wants to introduce Trayvon’s text messages and a Facebook post related to Continue reading

Arias’ Attorneys Argue Jurors Can’t Judge If Her Crime Was Especially Cruel

Mr. Nurmi begins his newest motion to spare Jodi Arias from the death penalty, by asking Judge Sherry Stevens to “vacate the jury’s finding the aggravating factor that the murder of Mr. Alexander was “especially cruel…” After Jodi Arias was Continue reading

Former Death Row Inmate Walks Free: Comparing the Paula Cooper and Jodi Arias Cases

Paula Cooper, 43, convicted and sentenced to death for brutally stabbing a 78-year-old Bible studies teacher in 1985, was recently released from prison. Some people are concerned that a similar thing will happen in the case of Jodi Arias. Like Continue reading

Prosecutors Request Judge Deny Defense Request to Delay Retrial

Jodi Arias’ defense attorneys recently filed a motion to push back the penalty phase of her trial until January 2014 due to scheduling conflicts. Mr. Nurmi will be out of the office quite a bit in July. Jennifer Willmott has five different trials Continue reading