Transcript for Jodi Arias Prosecutor Tries to Discredit Witness With 'Snow White'
arias murder trial. The prosecutor has been using a bizarre strategy using a fairy tale "snow white and the seven dwarfs" and different interpretations to try to discredit a witness for jodi arias on the stand. We'll talk with dan abrams and nancy grace all live in a moment but first ryan owens with the latest that's going on in court. Reporter: "Snow white and the seven dwarfs." The last thing you might expect to hear in a murder case but this is the jodi arias trial and he trying to use it to discredit the witness. You have a bias despite this minor example. Don't you. Reporter: Alyce laviolette is a domestic violence expert whether snow white showed symptoms of being an abused woman. Even though you never spoke to anybody involved in the "snow white. Caller: Tale. I didn't speak to the snow white or seven dwarfs. Reporter: Laviolette says she was abused by travis alexander, the man she shot and repeatedly stabbed in june 2008. This is vital to ararias. Martinays she is making it up and accuses the expert of trusting of word of an admitted liar along with text e-mails. Ultimately what you're saying is that you are a human lie detector, right? Gosh, I didn't think I was saying that, mr. Martinez. Reporter: Juror number 5 who was thrown off the jury last week for misconduct was not in court monday but still front and center. She caused a stir on thursday after showing up just to watch, which prompted the judge to ask the remaining jurors this on monday morning. Has juror number 5 contacted any of you since she was excused? Please raise your hand. I see noens 130s. Reporter: Laviolette will be back on the stand this morning. Later this week she'll face the questions that might matter most, those from the jurors who could decide if jodi arias lives or dies. For "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, phoenix.
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