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My sister’s murderers were convicted of premeditated first degree felony murder with three aggravating circumstances of cruel, heinous and depraved and sentenced to death in Arizona in 1990. 715 more words


Friday, February 27, 2015

1. Homeland security
Today  the U.S. Senate will vote on a funding bill for the department of homeland security. They will vote on an amendment to replace the funding bill already passed by the house, with another bill that would fund the agency through September. 477 more words

quick follow up - signs

I spent 3 hours this morning diving in to my past and in to the present with thoughts of the death penalty here in Arizona, my sister’s homicide and the Jodi Arias trial. 460 more words


the final jury - justice for Travis Alexander

The second, and final, jury in the Travis Alexander murder is out right now deliberating his killer Jodi Arias’ fate.  The first jury hung in deciding her sentence after finding her guilty of first degree premeditated felony murder with the special circumstance of extreme cruelty.  5,068 more words

Key facts about Jodi Arias murder case

PHOENIX (AP) — The Jodi Arias legal saga has dragged on for nearly seven years and had no shortage of eye-catching moments. It started with a gruesome killing, continued with a series of bizarre post-arrest interviews by Arias, and became a full-blown sensation during a more than four-month trial. 707 more words

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Jodi Arias sentencing hearing goes to jury

PHOENIX (AP) – The case of convicted murderer Jodi Arias went to a jury Wednesday that will decide if she is sentenced to death or life in prison for killing her boyfriend. 369 more words


It's finally happening. The jury has just begun deliberating in the Jodi Arias case. Will she live or die?

BREAKING NEWS: JODI ARIAS PENALTY PHASE RETRIAL GOES TO THE JURY.. DELIBERATIONS HAVE JUST BEGUN! Moments ago, as defense attorney Kirk Nurmi was wrapping up, with his final appeal to the jury, I spoke with noted crime blogger Levi Page about what might happen next. 34 more words