Topic: Juan Martinez
Jodi Arias offered to donate her hair, run prison book clubs, and support abuse prevention programs if the jury who convicted her of murdering her ex-boyfriend would give her life in prison instead of a death sentence.
In a long and dramatic trial, an Arizona woman, Jodi Arias, was convicted of murdering her ex-boyfriend by a jury on Wednesday. The sentencing trial will begin on Thursday and will determine whether Arias will face the death penalty.
Jodi Arias is accused of killing her lover in 2008. During her cross-examination by the prosecution this week, contradictions in her descriptions of her relationship with the deceased, and of his death have come to light. If convicted, Arias could face the death penalty.