Jodi Arias, 32, is accused of first degree murder in the death of her former boyfriend, Travis Alexander. Prosecutors say that in the summer of 2008, after the couple had broken up, Arias stabbed Alexander 27 times, slit his throat and shot him in the head as he showered in his Mesa, Ariz., home. Arias has pleaded not guilty to the crime, and has remained in jail since her arrest in July 2008. A jury will have to decide if she is a cold-blooded murderer or was a victim of domestic violence, as she claims, who was forced to kill. Arias faces the death penalty if convicted.
Text Message Is Key Evidence at Woman's Murder Trial
Part 4: While prosecutors say Hubers killed Poston when he broke up with her, she claims it was self-defense.
Jodi Arias is asking a court to bar the public from viewing the opening brief in her appeal of her murder conviction in the 2008 death of her former boyfriend
Part 2: Ryan Poston started casually dating Shayna Hubers after he broke up with Lauren Worley.
Shayna Hubers says she acted in self-defense, but prosecutors say it was a lover's quarrel gone wrong.
Jennifer Willmott says her client is remorseful and that her true personality didn't come out during the murder trial.
Jodi Arias ' attorney says the convicted murderer is really "very chit chatty and smiley" but being in court prevented her from showing that side of her personality during the trial. Jennifer Willmott was one of two attorneys at Arias' side from the beginning of her trial for the murder of her
Arias was sentenced to life in prison without parole for the murder of her boyfriend.
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Arias was found guilty in May 2013 of murdering her on-off boyfriend, Travis Alexander, five years earlier.