trial day 43: the defense continues its case in chief #131

Discussion in 'Travis Alexander Trial - The State vs. Jodi Arias' started by nursebeeme, Jan 9, 2013.

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  1. Schuby

    Schuby Under the thumb of The Man

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    Demarte will have a much easier time testifying, mainly because she will be on the side of truth.
     


  2. UKgirl

    UKgirl For you little sky.

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    That was really starting to bother me, especially when she was looking at wilmott for an answer to the questions the state was posing to her.
     
  3. dizzychick

    dizzychick Well-Known Member

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    Alyce was looking to me at the end of the day like she was going to stroke out, I was really concerned, wonder how much more she can take of this...

    Oh and Wendy Murphy was right on when she said it would ruin their career if they took this case I agree fully and btw, money is nice but not worth this hassle and definitely not worth protecting someone like the defendant who should get the Dp IMO
     
  4. robc

    robc New Member

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    Awarded to AVL on April 9, 2013, for her statement to Juan Martinez regarding Jodi and her ex-bfs:

    "She has a hard time letting go."
     
  5. TartLemon

    TartLemon Active Member

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    I don't doubt Jodi scores high on IQ tests. Doesn't matter, IMO, since it's squandered. She's used it for criminal purposes instead of good.

    I've also absolutely no doubt this is a learning curve for her. Jodi WILL kill again if released just to prove she can get it 'right' by not getting caught. She'll take it as a big double dare.
     
  6. Bravo

    Bravo Well-Known Member

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    I am still floored by Alyce's comment yesterday regarding Juan in time out :what: It spoke volumes as to how personal she takes her testimony. Does she not get this Trial is not about her. I'm surprised she didn't march Juan into a corner, whip out a wooden spoon and proceed to spank the pee waddle and doo out of him :what:
     
  7. josie1986

    josie1986 Well-Known Member

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    Im am SO looking forward today, I didnt want yesterday to end.

    Sent from my GT-I9300 using Tapatalk 2
     
  8. muddymcduck

    muddymcduck Inactive

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    Hi Elley Mae,

    I'm not especially familiar with judicial rules and regulations, so I wondered if you knew of any that relate specifically to interactions between attorneys and witnesses outside of the courtoom.

    Are they barred from interacting with one another, or is it simply considered profesionally 'unseemly', as it were?

    Thanks for any clarification!
     
  9. VALee

    VALee New Member

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    Sayings:
    1. 90% of all communications are non-verbal (meaning body language)

    So, her conclusions are based on 10% of evidence and 90% of JA's body language (since she has seen no one else's).

    2. In the case of domestic violence, there are 2 sides, but the truth is worse than either side will say.

    So if you have 2 people, neither saying at the time that there was ANY violence, are we to extrapolate that there is some bad truth that they are both down-playing? Or if we have someone that is so frustrated by someone that rather than talk, they only want to text, IM, then we are to assume they are a physically violent?

    No data or report whatsoever to back up what she says, these are not rules, just sayings she employs, and really, one could use a saying or make-up one to justify/align with actions/words for anything.

    ex. 'Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned'
     
  10. camcneishg

    camcneishg Active Member

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    good morning all....so ready for a Juanderful day!!
     
  11. VALee

    VALee New Member

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    And wonder if this meal and the time spent is considered a working lunch, and billed back to the state, after all, they had to re-work her testimony and change it in the afternoon from what it was in the morning...bah.
     
  12. mamadee

    mamadee New Member

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    Arias looks downright deranged in this picture from yesterday. She is getting more agitated as the days go on and I am starting to wonder not if, but when she is going to have an outburst in court.


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    Hope I don't blow the margins!:please: I apologize if I do:blushing:
     
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  14. Sistah Sleuth

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    There is only one truthful statement that Jodi has ever said and that is,"No jury will ever convict me and. ou can mark my words!" Fellow sleuthers, I think we should mentally and emotionally prepare ourselves for the event of Jodi walking out of jail.

    Eventually, Jodi and Casey will hang out with one another and they'll have their own reality show and the masses will watch. Jurors will write books and get paid for interviews because there are at least a couple of them who think that an acquittal is a much more sexier situation which can generate profits.

    So, I'm going to take this ride with all of you but I won't be surprised nor angry when the outcome of this trial will slap us all in the face. I'll just take it like I took it from the CA trial and move on to the next fascinating trial after we all bytch and moan about it...of course.
     
  15. deedee21

    deedee21 Well-Known Member

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    I just saw pictures of what that lunatic did to Travis on the Jodis sequence of events thread. She would kill again. Pictures are very disturbing and it shows how much she does deserve the death penalty. I hope JM shows these pics to Wilmer.
     
  16. Melanie

    Melanie Inactive

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    I agree with you 100%. It would take 5 minutes of hard line questioning just to pull an answer out of her. And all I can say is thank goodness we didn't start a drinking game every time she says "Mr. Martinez". We'd all be in rehab by now.

    :banghead:

    Mel
     
  17. kaera

    kaera New Member

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    Did anyone else notice this? At one point, Juan asked something like, "didn't Jodi have a pattern of jealousy?" ALV actually said, No. THEN followed up with, "but her JEALOUSY wasn't controlling!" Lol, what???
     
  18. Mare10

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    I understand why JSS is giving so much leeway to the DT and their witnesses, to avoid any issues in appeal. What I don't understand is why JM as to ask her to admonish the witness and her tone to the witness when she does. She seems to rarely deny a sidebar too.

    I've had my fair share in courts and I have never heard a judge with such a sweet demeanor when admonishing. I just don't understand, JSS seems to have a hard time with being a judge. She is way to timid for my liking.
     
  19. Nellie Nelson

    Nellie Nelson Well-Known Member

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    In their own self interests (and ours) I hope that the jurors ask 'closed' questions of the kind that can be answered with a 'yes' or a 'no'.

    And just to make absolutely sure she gets the message, I hope they add - in writing - to each question of that type,

    'Yes, or No'

    http://changingminds.org/techniques/questioning/open_closed_questions.htm
     
  20. Mrs G Norris

    Mrs G Norris Well-Known Member

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    How can she walk when she's admitted to overkill and given no credible reason for it? Travis was wet, naked and unarmed .. She had both a gun and a knife and no time to retrieve them from somewhere else during her fictional attack. There were genuine holes in the Casey trial, but not in this one. The idea that a juror would hang the jury to become 'famous' would have credibility if that had happened in the past but there are no famous Casey jurors or any who have written books .. The ones that said anything just said COD wasn't proven (which was true) or said they were suspicious of George .. I also cant see a juror hanging the jury because they 'dislike' Juan .. And even then that's a mistrial. Jodi walk? I don't think so.
     
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