For more, now, let's bring in "gma" legal analyst, dan abrams. I know you've been impressed with arias as a witness until now. She was so calm under cross-examination. Was that a good thing? I think... See More
For more, now, let's bring in "gma" legal analyst, dan abrams. I know you've been impressed with arias as a witness until now. She was so calm under cross-examination. Was that a good thing? I think she continues to be a good witness. She has horrible facts. Her story makes very little sense. But as a witness, I think she continues to do well. And I think she's doing well while the prosecutor, I think, is going a little overboard. Meaning, the prosecutor has the facts on his side. He has the inconsistencies. He has the trouble with her account. He doesn't need to yell at her because I think that the only danger here is that a few jurors feel sorry for jodi arias. And the way you feel sorry for jodi arias is if it seems like the prosecutor is unnecessarily badgering her. Keep in mind that he has the facts on her side. I think he has to take it down a notch. And court back in session on monday. Do you think we'll see a change of tactic? A change of attitude with the prosecutor? I don't know. A lot of people are echoing what I'm saying. Lawyers watching the case, people on social media. And these are almost all people who presume that jodi arias is guilty of something opinion and a lot of them are saying that the prosecutor, by saying to her, yelling at her and pointing at her and doing other things, is not helping his case. If he's listening and if he cares, I think that he might take it down a notch. From what I understand, this is his style. This is the way he He's looking for that perry mason moment. It's not going to happen. Thanks. 'Re going to turn to the
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