Jodi Arias’ attorney’s filed a motion to dismiss the death penalty. They tried to argue that it is cruel and unusual punishment and thus unconstitutional “because permitting a retrial after hung jury in the penalty phase… violates double jeopardy and Continue reading
It is believed that sentencing trial of Jodi Arias will begin on March 17, 2014. The sentencing trial will not be televised and it’s unclear if electronic devices will be permitted in the court room. It’s also been reported that Jodi Continue reading
I recently posted a short article, to keep my readers informed about the claims of Cassandra Collins (a former cellmate of Jodi Arias), stating that she had had long conversations with Ms. Arias and that Ms. Arias would arrange to Continue reading
A former cellmate of Jodi Arias has spoken to the news. The two shared a cell before the trial began. She has made some interesting claims.
Recent reports have indicated that Jodi Arias’ sentencing retrial is scheduled “tentatively” to begin in early January 2014.
Recently, Jodi Arias wrote and filed a motion to the Superior Court of the state of Arizona. In this document, Jodi Arias asks the judge to remove Kirk Nurmi as her primary attorney and replace him with another unspecified attorney.
He used to work for the CIA and he knows his stuff: Settlement Conference News In other news, there was no agreement reached today in the settlement conference. The parties will return to court November 1, 2013 for oral arguments relating Continue reading
News sources are reporting two recent events with regard to Jodi Arias. The first story involves a hearing that was supposed to take place on October 18, 2013 but Judge Sherry Stephens delayed it until November 1, 2013.
Someone notified me about this post (thank you!). This message appears on the JAA is innocent website and is allegedly a post directly from Ms. Arias: “To My Friends (For this to be effective, you really must take a second or Continue reading
A reporter for an Arizona newspaper tweeted some interesting news about the Jodi Arias case.
We are beginning to see a flurry of activity regarding Jodi Arias’s status hearing set for September 16, 2013.
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 Continue reading
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 Continue reading
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 Continue reading
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 Continue reading
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 Continue reading
So now Jodi Arias has an online book club. I guess we should not be surprised. She tweets from jail. One of the Bee Gees is writing music about her case and she continues to sell art through a website run Continue reading