Jodi Arias Trial Part 7 GUILTY 1ST DEGREE!!!

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How long will the jury deliberate in the GUILT phase? VOTES ARE PUBLIC.

  1. Up to 4 hours

  2. 4 - 8 hours

  3. 8 - 12 hours

  4. 12 - 16 hours

  5. 16 - 20 hours

  6. 20 - 24 hours

  7. 24 - 36 hours

  8. 36 - 40 hours

  9. Over 40 hours

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  1. momrek06

    momrek06 DIS Veteran

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    Ok I am all caught up.

    I was a bit behind everyone.

    What a day.

    What a JUANDERFUL day.

    Juan did one amazing job.

    I loved that he had visuals up there too.

    What a great day for the State and more for the Alexanders!
     
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  3. momrek06

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    Thanks for this INFO, BCF!!! :thumbsup2
     
  4. momrek06

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    Best line of the DAY!!!!! :thumbsup2 :thumbsup2 :thumbsup2

    Praying the Jury sees it the same way! ::yes::
     
  5. horseshowmom

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    I was thinking about this just yesterday. I'm a firm believer in consequences and in being accountable for your actions, but I can see how hard it would be to make a decision that would result in the death penalty for another individual - no matter how much they deserve it (and she does deserve it).


    I believe that I would be able to do it too. It would be a situation of having been put in the position where I had to do the "right" thing because she did something so heinous. I wouldn't like it, but I would have to do it.
     
  6. momrek06

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    "If she believes the gun is unloaded what is she going to do with it? Throw it at him?"


    Absolutely LOVED it when JM said this!!!! :thumbsup2 :thumbsup2 :thumbsup2
     
  7. momrek06

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    Please remember to those that have not voted, there is a poll at the top of the thread/page!!!
     
  8. usnuzuloose

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    I voted, some of those times are very interesting.
     
  9. Angeni11

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    Very few women have gotten the DP though because I think people have a hard time of the idea of putting a woman to death. If she was a man I think she would get the DP no question but being a woman I have a feeling it will be LWOP.
     
  10. Uncle Remus

    Uncle Remus Raconteur / can't name 'em Jeb

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    I have to hear all the closing arguments before I can vote so our poll is just another reason why this trial has to stay on schedule. ;)

    I'm leaning towards 8-12 hours, maybe 16.
     
  11. mickeystoontown

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    I'm holding out on voting until I hear the rest of the closing arguments.

    Relative to Jodi's "crying", I don't know about ya'll but when I cry, my whole face turns all red and puffy. I look a hot mess. Jodi's just squenching her eyes a bit and pinching her nose to make it red. She's not fooling anybody.
     
  12. MaryAnnDVC

    MaryAnnDVC "Mare", DISing since '99; prefers being tagless

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    Definitely. With today being what it was, the rebuttal closing argument should be heartwrenching where it needs to be. I think JM's got it. :thumbsup2
    I'm 100% with you. I would not find it easy, and I would struggle. I think in the end, looking at this case and what I know about it, that I could do it. The premeditation...and honestly, the amount of time she premeditated it DOES matter to me, because that was so much more time she had to rethink it and NOT continue...the brutality, the indignity, Travis knowing that the woman he had slept with hours before was now taking his life, and he knew he was going to die, his struggle to save himself. I do think that ultimately I'd make the choice for death, and feel confident it was the correct choice.

    I just can't shake JM's description of what Travis went through that day, at the hands of that murderer.
    Smelling his fingers. *insert vomit smiley here*
    Ugh. I BET HE'S FEELING SICK! I bet they ALL are.
    I created the poll and I haven't voted yet. :teeth: I won't forget tho.
    Me too.
    I'm an ugly crier. And I can't hide it for a long time afterwards.
     
  13. reelmom

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    Sorry guys, not sure how much I will be around tomorrow either. I have to work and then I have to do something at the kids school until 3:30 EST. i should be back for the afternoon session. Of all weeks to be busy.
     
  14. Brit17

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    My eyes had more tears and were redder from seasonal allergies today than JA's eyes were from "crying" :rolleyes: ... She is such a manipulative, lying phony :eek: ...
     
  15. reelmom

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    BTW- Y'all have been busy today. 49 pages in less than 12 hours.
     
  16. mickeystoontown

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    I can certainly understand the allergy eyes. Everything started sprouting out and blooming about a month ago and we've been suffering every since.

    I am watching Nancy Grace right now and I had a good laugh when she said "Uh oh, there she goes. She's trying to cry."
     
  17. crz4mm2

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    In this case, the Punishment should be death. I would have NO problem giving it to her.

    It had better be at LEAST LWOP

    Brutal. Brutal. She deserves death.

    I hope and pray the jury does the right thing (as far as I am concerned).
     
  18. Brit17

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    Here too ... But my allergies really kicked in big-time about two weeks ago ... First it was just tree pollen, which was bad enough ... But now it's both tree and grass pollen, and it is wearing me out :faint: ... This year seems to be so much worse than last year ... I hope we both get some relief soon ... :)
     
  19. MaryAnnDVC

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    Sometimes I just can't get over the bad timing of things. :rolleyes: I do my usual Friday with DGD, and then I have an extra day to babysit next week...MONDAY of all days. :faint:
    I have a love/hate relationship with Nancy Grace, but she's got some awesome lines. Catching up with JVM now, and then I must try to get some sleep!
     
  20. Nancy

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    That was so hard listening to it. I really hope it had even more impact in person.

    I work all day tomorrow, 10 hour day, so will just be reading here, although a person who sits a desk away from me does say she can get the HLN's feed on the computer to see the live updates..just can't get any of the live streams.
     
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    It's ok I got it. Even UR helps out....
     
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