Retrial for Sentencing of Jodi Arias - Day 37

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  1. Love Never Fails

    Love Never Fails Well-Known Member

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    I feel so sorry for these jurors. Fonseca goes on and on and she shows such disrespect for JM. We can leave our computers but they are forced to sit through it.
     


  2. Nosey Parker

    Nosey Parker A Brit in Canada

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    AKA passing the buck for a generic lie
     
  3. Nali87

    Nali87 Well-Known Member

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    Dr. G is actually discriminating against Mormons right now. It's very bothersome. Very unethical. And also very disturbing. "I won't even listen to anything you have to say, you brainwashed Mormon!" Very unethical.

    (Woohoo! :happydance:)
     
  4. rose222

    rose222 Active Member

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    We're almost there. It looks like we're going to have closing arguments next week. I hope we get 12 amazing jurors who will deliberate properly and come to the only logical conclusion...death by lethal injection.
     
  5. Nosey Parker

    Nosey Parker A Brit in Canada

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    That doesn't apply to Arias though - remember, she has no anger, internalized or otherwise?
     
  6. RickshawFan

    RickshawFan Verified Outdoor Recreation Specialist

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    But now JM has brought a potential bias in #1 to the rest of the jury's attention. This might be the most important aspect of his question/statement. This will give other jurors a chance to consolidate their own opinions in advance of deliberation. Genius!
     
  7. raisincharlie

    raisincharlie Racing Doesn't Lie

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    The trial that never ends. Aren't the taxpayers of AZ tired of padding the retirement funds of the defense team yet? This is simple, just lock her in an isolated cell already and throw away the key... :)
     
  8. ttdk

    ttdk New Member

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    I agree, and if they are offended, they should be, he makes it sound as if LDS is the only religion that has members with morals or that would be concerned with sexual misconduct. I am LDS and I was offended that he thinks that way. I know many people who are religious and those who are not that would frown upon sexual misconduct. I don't think some ones credibility should be defined by the religion they choose, or lack of.
     
  9. pinkandgreenmom

    pinkandgreenmom Well-Known Member

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    Are we done with Geffner? It looked from the tweets like both attorneys got to question him after the juror questions but with trial by tweet it is hard to tell. Was Geff dismissed?
     
  10. Myvice

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    My thinking was that one of the jurors was questioning Geff on how he could say JA didn't have anger issues, yet she admitted to all the things she broke etc. and that yes, most mental health issues
    evolve around internalized anger.

    I thought the question was calling Geff out on his interpretation. Did anyone else feel this way?
     
  11. LinasK

    LinasK Verified insider- Mark Dribin case

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    Also, hearing the other jurors questions may cause them to reconsider what they are thinking. This could be a good thing, the DV/PTSD question jurors may get swayed by the other juror questions...
     
  12. LinTX

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    The question about internalized anger could, in another way, be seen as the juror recognizing that JA was one angry woman, right? Doesn't mean they think the source of it excuses M-1 or that TA was a reason for her having it...
     
  13. Nosey Parker

    Nosey Parker A Brit in Canada

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    Yes. It came to mind immediately
     
  14. My-Future-Ex-Husband

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    I think that's what the jury question was getting at.

    On direct she's a delicate little flower with no anger at all which the juror found extremely odd.
     
  15. Myvice

    Myvice Well-Known Member

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    I will have a wonderful weekend knowing that JA is NOT!!!
     
  16. MeeBee

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    Yes, I am now thinking it was a trick question. Because the next one was about absence of internalized anger. Either that or that juror is just confused/moving the goal posts.
     
  17. Wing Ding

    Wing Ding Trial Junkie

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    Tammy Rose @News20Chopper · 1m 1 minute ago
    Q: Is it normal to change how a test is administered. #JodiArias

    A: We're trying to adapt and this is not a normal situation. #JodiArias

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    Oh, I see how it's done now. Tests are administered differently depending on if it's a normal situation or "not a normal situation". ;)

    Thanks for the clarification, Geff.
     
  18. AZlawyer

    AZlawyer Verified Attorney

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    Yes, I thought the question was, essentially, how can she have PTSD from being choked and having her finger broken etc., plus maybe bipolar disorder, and be anger-free? Don't those things normally go together?
     
  19. Hope4More

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    I couldn't agree with you more! IMO he was alerting the rest of the jury AND telling #1 flat out--hello! you're being manipulated.
     
  20. Ransom

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    Dr. Cheryl Karp was Psy. #1. AZ doctor.
     
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