First more of that stunning courtroom interview with jodi arias just moments after she was convicted. Jurors going back to work today as we told you to consider her fate and abc's ryan owens is back... See More
First more of that stunning courtroom interview with jodi arias just moments after she was convicted. Jurors going back to work today as we told you to consider her fate and abc's ryan owens is back with us from phoenix right now. Good morning, again, ryan. Reporter: Good morning, robin. Jodi arias likes to talk. We already knew that. She gave a ton of interviews right after she was arrested. Some of them were played for the jury. Then she testified for 18 days, so surprise, surprise, right after being convicted she found a camera and started talking. I think I just went blank, just -- I don't know. I just feel overwhelmed. Reporter: But not too overwhelmed to talk about it. Just 20 minutes after being convicted of first degree murder, before she even left the courthouse, jodi arias was given yet another interview this time to phoenix's fox affiliat it was unexpected for me, yes, because there was premeditation on my part. I can see how things look that way. We the jury duly impanelled and sworn do find the defendant as to count one, first degree murder, guilty. Reporter: Arias sat stoically as the verdict was read. The family of her victim and ex-boyfriend, travis alexander, broke down in relief, hugging each other. Jodi arias is never at a loss for words, even for them. I hope that now that a verdict has been rendered that they're able to find peace, some kind of peace and be able to move on with their lives. I think that if I was honest from the beginning I'd be in a different place and so would everyone else and because of what I've done, a lot of people will hurt for a long time. Reporter: Arias' case is moving on. Later today prosecutor juan aggravating factors to the same jury that just convicted her hoping to convince them alexander's death was so cruel, so heinous his killer deserves the death penalty. Remarkably, arias says she's okay with that. Well, the worst outcome for me would be natural life. I would much rather die sooner than later. I believe death is the ultimate freedom. Reporter: Because of those comments specifically that she would rather die than spend the rest of her life behind bars, jodi arias is on suicide watch at the jail this morning but that will not stop the next phase of her trial from moving forward, orge.
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