I thought during the trial we were told that once the verdict was reached with the enhancement for cruelty or whatever, there were only two sentences available: Death or LWOP. At that time, Arizona did not have life with parole unless they changed the law. Did they change it? The way I look at it, if they haven't changed it, then JSS could only give LWOP with NO option to give life with parole after 25 years, right? It doesn't make any sense to worry about possibility of parole unless the law has changed. As far as changing the law, look at California after the Manson Family sentencing. It did away with the death penalty and gave them all life with possibility of parole, but none have been granted parole. The public would have a fit. I don't think any state had LWOP at that time. In other words, you might as well worry that AZ will do away with the death penalty instead of whether JSS will give LWOP or Life with possibility of parole. Either way, you can't predict changes in the law and sentencing. At the moment, I believe this is a win-win proposition for the State. She can only get death or LWOP. Did I misunderstand?