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  • Inside Jodi Arias' Jail Cell

    Jodi Arias looks at her family after being found of guilty of first-degree murder in the killing her one-time boyfriend, Travis Alexander, in his Mesa, Ariz., home, May 8, 2008. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio gave reporters a tour of the cinderblock cell at Estrella Jail in Phoenix, where Arias lives while awaiting sentencing.
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    Cell B403 is where Arias returned after an emotional hearing on Thursday. In this view from the doorway of Arias' cell can been seen throughout the cell. According to <a href="http://www.azfamily.com/news/Sheriff-Joe-Arpaio-Jodi-Arias-cell-isnt-cushy-207825101.html">KTVK</a>, Arias receives more mail than any other inmate, including hate mail.
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    A look from the cell's doorway shows the stool Arias sits on at the table in her cell. Full paper bags line the area undernearth the lower bunk, covered in pink sheets, that Arias sleeps on. A pile of books and magazines is kept next to her bunk.
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    Televisions are not allowed in Arias' cell, but she has several newspapers, magazines and books to read, including this issue of "The Intelligent Optimist." The magazine's <a href="http://theoptimist.com/engage/about">website</a> describes itself as focusing on "people, passion and possibilities changing our world for the better."
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    A notable book found in Arias' cell is "True to the Faith: A Gospel Reference," a study of the scriptures and the teachings of the Mormon Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Arias was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in November 2006. Her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander was also a Mormon.
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    On the table in her cell near a pile of paper and newspaper clippings, Arias keeps lotion and a picture of a cat.
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    On a metal table inside her cell, Arias keeps a pile of several newspaper clippings and paper, which she is allowed to write on. Sheriff Arpaio told ABC affiliate KNXV-TV that Arias has been a model inmate in the four years at Estrella jail and was only in trouble once for having too many pencils.
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    Deputies keep a constant eye on Arias in her cell, where she is allowed no privacy. On a shelf in her small cell, Arias keeps an orange and other items.
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    Arias' cell has a bunk bed, where she sleeps on the lower bunk. On the upper bunk, Arias keeps this assortment legal-sized envelopes. The cell is cluttered, with several others piles of papers and envelopes scattered around.
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    Sheriff Arpaio said Arias is only allowed out of her cell one hour each day to shower and make phone calls. Arias shares these showers with other inmates.
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    During her one hour outside of her cell, Arias uses these phones to call family and friends, including those that send tweets for her on her Twitter account.
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    A number of newspapers, seen here, are left on the lower bunk where Arias sleeps.
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    The 32-year-old has remained in jail since 2008. Arias must stay in her cell and is only allowed to use this toilet and sink.
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