Discussion in 'Travis Alexander Trial - The State vs. Jodi Arias' started by Tricia, Apr 13, 2015.
Per BK, Sheriff Arpaio's office said their report on Arias won't be released until May
:great: Oh goodie ... I cannot wait to read it :happydance:
Did Beth say when in May -- and -- how it would be released because IIRC, it is two 3-ring binders
No, BK didn't say anything else about the report, other than she would get it in May when it is released. BK also said she has already requested transcripts of the sidebars and in-chamber proceedings from both trials, but was told they would take some time to prepare as well.
Per Perryville regulations, JA has absolutely no phone access for approximately the next 60 days. She has to wait for the prison to approve her contacts.
I LOVED the answer JM gave in his interview when asked about sending poor ALV to the emergency room! Must have been a pre-existing condition, that was an awesome answer. I can't wait to read all of the in-chamber transcripts regarding ALV.
And doesn't that sort of give her away? The names were all listed in full on the site but J17's space read "the one who saved Jodi's life."
@lisawJ13: Nice to see them smiling! #Justice4Travis http://t.co/o5vxoLqAUa
You mean like whenever someone on twitter says they pray for the Alexander's ?? It drives me up the wall! It is the Alexanders - plural of one Alexander, NOT the property of one Alexander!
This picture is worth a thousand words! After all they've been through it's so nice to see that humanity prevails. TY!
Suggest he watch Fatal Attraction. or Play Misty For Me - a classic and years before FA
Can someone please provide a link to this interview? Thanks!
Someone tweeted exactly that, but since it's not from MSM, I don't think I can post it here.
Wow thank u for posting this pic!
The JAII website is proof positive that the jurors did not access social media. Any juror that came across the JAII website, what with all of the cogent arguments, intelligent reasoning and general humanity expressed by the posters, could possibly have voted guilty....:crazy:
(Regarding states that don't require a unanimous vote for the DP): I haven't seen anyone answer this yet. Besides FL, it's Oregon.
Did anyone catch in CMJA statement, right before she said she remembered the knife going in, when she said something like "I could have testified to this." What did she mean by that? Personally I think she was trying to reconcile fact that she testified to not remembering any stabbing with her desire on that day to dig into the family and tell them they were wrong and Travis was conscious. But I'm wondering what others' ideas are.