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    PostThe Last Outlaw Thu Oct 17, 2019 9:30 pm

    Jodi Arias Attorneys Seek New Trial, Blaming Prosecutor For Sensationalizing Case I5Bn3

    From FOX News

    Bradford Betz of FOX News wrote:
    Jodi Arias Attorneys Seek New Trial, Blaming Prosecutor For Sensationalizing Case $

    An Arizona appellate court was deciding Thursday whether to reverse the murder conviction of Jodi Arias after her attorneys argued that a prosecutor had mishandled her case by whipping up publicity.

    Cory Engle, a lawyer for Arias, told the Arizona Court of Appeals that prosecutor Juan Martinez improperly questioned witnesses, ignored rulings on evidence, courted publicity and made an unfounded accusation that an expert on her defense team had an inappropriate relationship with Arias.

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    Engle said the theme of Martinez’s case was “Everybody else you should ignore, but me.”

    Terry Crist, a lawyer for the Arizona attorney general's office, told the judges that he believes Martinez may have occasionally violated court rules, but that none of his actions should lead to a reversal of the conviction.

    Arias is serving a life sentence for killing Travis Alexander at his home in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa in 2008. Prosecutors said Arias killed Alexander in a jealous rage after learning he was planning a trip to Mexico with another woman.

    Jodi Arias Attorneys Seek New Trial, Blaming Prosecutor For Sensationalizing Case AP19289857118335

    Arias has acknowledged killing Alexander but claimed she acted in self-defense after he attacked her. He was stabbed nearly 30 times, had his throat slit and was shot in the head.

    Arias was convicted of murder in 2013 but jurors were deadlocked on punishment. A second sentencing trial ended in early 2015 with another jury deadlock, leading a judge to sentence Arias to life behind bars.

    Violent details about Arias and Alexander were broadcast live around the world. And Arias has courted the spotlight since her 2008 arrest, having done multiple media interviews before and after her conviction.

    Engle said Martinez capitalized on publicity and went so far as to sign autographs and take pictures with fans outside the courthouse. She denied that her client had similarly courted publicity.

    The judges didn't say when they would issue a ruling.

    Is she kidding?  If that's the case, who does she think she's kidding?  She NOW wants to blame prosecutor Juan Martinez for her conviction.  I feel like this is my version of ESPN's Monday Night Countdown and the segment called "C'mon Man!"  So here we go.

    Jodi Arias gets convicted of murdering her boyfriend because he found another woman and decided to take her to Mexico.  Arias stabbed this man about 30 times, slashed this throat and shot him.  Now she wants a new trial, the conviction thrown out and places blame on the prosecutor in the case, Juan Martinez.  Hey Jodi, how about we blame that fog you had been under when you were on the witness stand then.  Remember it was that fog that kept you from telling the truth, the same truth that Martinez was dragging out of you.  Rethink your strategy or just do your time.  I don't see you getting a new trial, so get over yourself, Jodi.

    C'mon Man!!!

    Just Saying.
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