Transcript for Jodi Arias Gets Life in Prison Without the Possibility of Parole
Jodi Arias getting her sentence, life in prison. She made one last lea for mercy. Ryan Owens was there for all of it. Good morning, Ryan. Reporter: Good morning, George. Jodi Arias told the judge she's disgusted by hat she did. She's not the only one. That judge sentenced her to die in prison. Her victim's family put it another way. In the pinstripes she'll have to wear for the rest of her life, Jodi Arias hears these last words from her victim's sister. Burn in hell. Reporter: Moments before, the on vikted killer apologizing for the murder of her Mormon boyfriend, Travis Alexander, nearly seven years ago. I'm very sorry for the pain I have caused the people that loved Travis. Reporter: She begs for mercy. For the chance to get out of this Arizona prison. Out of this cell in 25 years. She gets neither. The defendant shall be incarcerated for the rest of her natural life with no possibility of parole. Reporter: Outside the court, dozens of spectators watch. Yes! Reporter: She's twice avoided death row. Two trials, two juries deadlocked on her sentence. Dae fence that's cost tax payers almost zlr 3.5 million. I can't believe I was capable of doing something that term. I'm truly disgusted. Reporter: More than does aen jurors sat back in the jury box to hear the judge's sentence. All wearing blue, Travis Alexander's favorite color. They listened as his three sisters and aunt asked for and finally got some justice. She'll never, ever again have the opportunity to destroy more innocent lives like she did to us and to Travis. Reporter: Arias' attorneys will appeal the sentence. But even Jodi's mother says, after she escaped death row twice, it's time for her to move on with what's left of her life. George? Okay, Ryan. We appreciate it. Now to the Maryland couple who sparked a national
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