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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Killing Of Travis Alexander
A judge denied a motion from Jodi Arias' defense team this week to have the death penalty removed as a sentencing option for the woman whose murder trial became an international sensation.
Jodi Arias has returned to an Arizona courtroom as attorneys prepare for a second penalty phase in her murder trial.
Jodi Arias is due back in court this week as attorneys prepare for a second penalty phase.
If what the media publishes daily is any indicator, Americans seem fascinated with killers. We're confronted with headlines about the likes of Oscar Pistorius, Amanda Knox and Jodi Arias.
A member of Jodi Arias' defense team is no longer banned from visiting her clients in Phoenix jails.
A colored-pencil drawing of a pinwheel has gotten a member of Jodi Arias' defense team banned from the Phoenix jail where she's being held until her murder case's penalty phase starts in September.
Prosecutors will again try to convince a jury to sentence Jodi Arias to death in a second penalty phase that will begin in September.
A retrial to decide whether convicted murderer Jodi Arias is sentenced to life in prison or the death penalty has been pushed back from March 17 because of a prosecutor's scheduling conflict.
Convicted murderer Jodi Arias will again face a potential death sentence after a judge's ruling cleared the way for a second penalty phase in the case.
Jodi Arias' legal bills have topped $2 million, a tab being footed by Arizona taxpayers that will only continue to climb with a new penalty phase set for March, officials said Monday.
A judge has set a March 17 trial date to decide whether Jodi Arias should be sentenced to life in prison or the death penalty.
Convicted killer Jodi Arias won't know her sentencing for weeks, as jurors were unable to reach a unanimous verdict and the judge sent them packing. Her new sentencing was set for July 18.
Convicted murderer Jodi Arias — who just last week was saying she wanted the death penalty — now says she prefers life in prison, with hope for eventual release.
The jury has rendered its verdict — Jodi Arias is guilty of first-degree murder — but the trial is far from finished.
Jodi Arias was convicted of first-degree murder Wednesday in the gruesome killing of her one-time boyfriend in Arizona after a four-month trial that captured headlines with lurid tales of sex, lies, religion and a salacious relationship that ended in a bloodbath.
She admitted killing Travis Alexander at his suburban Phoenix home but claimed it was self-defense.
Arias admitted that she killed her one-time boyfriend, Travis Alexander, in 2008 at his suburban Phoenix home but claimed it was self-defense.