Jurors asked Jodi Arias if she would have come clean about killing Travis Alexander if she hadn't been caught lying. It wasn't until two years after she killed her ex-boyfriend in 2008 that she claimed self-defense. At that point, she had already changed her story more than once.
On day 30 of the trial, the judge continued to read questions from the jury about the evidence and sexual activities of the defendant. They also wanted her to answer why, after so many lies, they should believe her story of self-defense. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.
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It’s a momentous day in the Jodi Arias trial. Arias is answering questions from the jurors - the men and women who will decide if she lives or dies for the 2008 death of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander. The questions were written on pieces of paper and given to Judge Sherry Stephens, who’s reading them to the defendant. The topics cover everything from her relationship with her parents to what happened the night she says she killed Alexander in self-defense. Here’s the AC360 411 break down of the trial:
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