HLN's Nancy Grace goes 'Behind Bars' to talk to inmates in the same prison where Jodi Arias is currently incarcerated. CNN’s Pamela Brown interviews Grace on experiencing the inside of the women’s prison.
Nancy Grace's special airs at Wednesday and Thursday night 8:00pm (ET) on HLN.
The nightmare continues for friends and family of Travis Alexander now that the decision has been made to select a new jury for Jodi Arias. Close friend of Travis Alexander, Julie Christopher, weighs in on Arias and the ongoing legal drama. "I am extremely upset," Christopher says. "I think she's got what she wanted and that's what makes me so upset."
HLN's Nancy Grace is on 'Starting Point' talking with John Berman and Christine Romans on the verdict to appoint a new jury to hear testimony and decide if Arias will get life in prison or the death penalty.
Grace explains that if the family does not wish to go through the trauma of another court hearing the prosecution could drop the death penalty case, and strike a deal with the defense.
HLN's "After Dark" host Vinnie Politan is on 'Starting Point' talking with Christine Romans on the jury in the Jodi Arias trial's current impasse on whether to give Arias the death penalty or life in prison. He says a new jury could be selected to determine the single issue of life or death.
Host of HLN's "After Dark," Vinnie Politan, sheds light on day three of deliberations as Jodi Arias awaits her fate. "In Arizona, it's got to be unanimous for life or unanimous for death," Politan says. He says there is some sort of impasses as the jury has not yet reached a consensus, but he has "no idea what the split is, if it's one holdout or if it's 6-6."
It also isn't clear which way the jurors are swaying. "The bottom line here now is if they all cannot agree one way or the other, then what happens, believe it or not, is a new jury gets impanelled and they will determine that single issue...of life or death."
HLN Host Nancy Grace weighs in on the Arizona jury resuming deliberations in determining if Jodi Arias will get the death penalty. This is after Arias herself made a 19 minute plea for her life to the jury.
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HLN's Joey Jackson weighs in on the penalty phase of Jodi Arias' murderer trial that could conclude today. He is on 'Starting Point' talking with John Berman and Zoraida Sambolin about the case. The jury will have to decide if Arias deserves the death penalty or life in prison. Arias herself is set to make a statement to the jury. Jackson discusses if he thinks this statement will help spare her life with the jury.
HLN's Nancy Grace is on 'Starting Point' talking with John Berman and Christine Romans about the latest developments in the Jodi Arias penalty hearing. On weather Jodi Arias will take the stand again during this stage of her sentencing, Grace says that, 'wild horses couldn't drag her away,' from the witness stand, and goes on to state that last night 'Arias was tweeting from behind bars again.
However, while Grace thinks she will want to take the stand again, she does not think it will help her case. Grace states, 'The last time she took to the stand for 18 days she got a guilty verdict.
Life or Death for Jodi Arias?
Dr. Karl Hiatt was very close with Alexander, and refers to himself as his "Arizona dad." Hiatt is on 'Starting Point' talking to John Berman about how he feels now that this chaotic trial is complete. Hiatt feels that Arias deserves the death penalty "to keep order so the next person doesn't do the same thing." Hiatt wants to prevent another crime of this nature from happening again.
Upon hearing the verdict, Hiatt felt a "sigh of relief" at the completion of this trial, which has been described as a circus. Now that the trial is over Hiatt wants to speak out on behalf of Alexander now that the trial is complete.
Criminal defense attorney Joe Tacopina weighs in on Jodi Arias's testimony in her murder trial.