Jodi Arias Verdict Watch – Jury Deliberations

2Jodi Arias Trial  Jury Deliberations  have begun…. Jodi Arias’s life is in the Jury hands.  We will be on ‘verdict’ watch & will post real time results from the trial Jurors…. check back often  Also, reminder we will be covering the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin trial which begins in June ….

Jodi Arias’ fate is hanging in the balance as jurors deliberate whether she is guilty of murdering her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, but her trial may not end with the verdict.  The jury made up of eight men and four women are deliberating now…check back for the real time verdict result!   – Source: CAYLEE DAILY &  HLN TV NEWS

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1,805 Comments for “Jodi Arias Verdict Watch – Jury Deliberations”

  1. suze

    Dee, i know it’s been said before, but i have to say it again, thank you so much for all you do.

  2. Binky (MO)

    Everyone, there IS a Higher Power! Our prayers were answsered! Our hopes were fulfilled! I believe our prayer chain worked!

    I believe the jury knew from the get-go what they were going to do. They knew they were going to do the right thing.

    I hope La toliet and dr quack start looking into other jobs. They’re done!

    Oh Happy Day !!!

  3. Jane H (Ark)

    I can’t keep the tears out of my eyes. I’m just so touch with relief for Travis’s family & friends.

    Look at Willmott when verdict is read, I do not think she is surprised nor is Jodi’s family. I feel sorry for Jodi’s grandparents for they know they had the gun that was used on Travis. It’s just a sad story on many, many levels.

  4. BostonSpeaks

    God Bless Juan Martinez and Lady Justice!

  5. Sal

    Hark ! We’re back!

    I was confused by what was read as the verdict, in that there was mention of both premeditated murder and felony murder. I finally found what that means in this great article that explains what is to come. I got bumped from the Caylee Daily and couldn’t converse with you knowledgeable people. So I did some hunting to answer my question. I am going to save this to post when TCD gets straightened out. I guess in our enthusiasm, we crashed the site? Sorry, EXPRESS,
    “Five of the 12 jurors voted to convict Arias, 32, of first-degree premeditated murder, while seven jurors felt she was guilty of both premeditated and first-degree felony murder, according to the verdict form that was read aloud in court. That means all 12 jurors found Arias guilty of first-degree murder.”

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