Jodi Arias Guilty
After Months of Testimony, Jodi Arias has been convicted of First Degree Murder in the stabbing and shooting of her boyfriend, Travis Alexander, resulting in his death.
Arias was charged in the 2008 killing of Alexander in his Phoenix, Arizona home.
Authorities said Arais planned the attack in a jealous rage. She initially denied her involvement in the murder, then soon claimed that is was two masked intruders that murdered Alexander.
Two years after Arias' arrest, she said she killed Alexander in self defense. Since the verdict, she's been placed on 'Suicide Protocol' after comments she made about her final verdict on a Phoenix television station.
Today the jury will reconvene to decide if Arias' actions were cruel, which will determine whether she's eligible for the death penalty.
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