The jury in the Jodi Arias case was unable to reach a unanimous verdict on whether or not to sentence Arias to death.
Jodi Arias granted a number of press interviews Tuesday after she plead for her life in front of an Arizona jury. Following her conviction in the murder of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, jurors are set to begin deliberating about whether Arias will spend the rest of her life in prison or be put to death for the murder.
Samantha Alexander, the sister of Travis Alexander, the man brutally killed by Jodi Arias, spoke out in the beginning stages of the penalty phase, which began in an Arizona courtroom today.
The Arizona same jury that found Jodi Arias guilty of murdering her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander, finds she is eligible for death penalty.
Jurors found Jodi Arias guilty of murder in the first degree on Wednesday. Arias had been on trial for months after she was accused of murdering Travis Alexander, her former boyfriend, in 2008 in Arizona. Authorities attributed the attack to a jealous rage, saying Arias had planned it after discovering Alexander was pursuing other women.
Jurors reached a verdict Wednesday in the trial of Jodi Arias, who is accused of murdering Travis Alexander, her former boyfriend, in Arizona. Arias is charged with first-degree murder in the June 2008 death of Alexander.