why did In Session stop covering jody arias trial?

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Answered: What happened on the jodi arias trial this afternoon

I am guessing that whatever it was, it had little to do with justice.

Answered: Why isnt tru tv not showing jodi arias trial?

I wondered that, too. HLN.tv is reporting that they will air the trial at 12:30 PM ET today.

Answered: How does the court know that the jurors on the jodi arias trial are not

Because they have been all-days in the court room for months and the last thing they want to hear is another news of what happened in the room. It's just like eating the same food every day for months ... so when you have an option to eat something else, you'd go for that.

Answered: Who is paying for jodi aria's defense

NO the state of Arizona is paying for her defense. Her attorneys are private attorneys and not public defenders that work for the state, however, the tax payers of Arizona are paying for her defense costs. As a felony case defendants have the right to counsel if they can not afford it. Private ...
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