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Lots of discussion on HLN about whether the movie being shown before they may have to choose another jury will prejudice the jury pool. I am wondering wouldn't they be asked?
They also showed the jury Forman admitting to being one of the four that voted for life in prison not death! and wouldn't that be prejudicial as well?
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The drawn-out trial of convicted murderer Jodi Arias could go on for possibly another year in Phoenix, Ariz., if a judge overseeing the convicted murderer's case agrees to delay her sentencing hearing until January 2014.
Arias' attorneys filed a motion this week in Superior Court inMaricopa County asking Judge Sherry Stephens to delay the proceedings, saying they needed to find witnesses to testify on Arias' behalf and had scheduling conflicts with the current start date of July 18.
Arias was convicted of killing her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in May, but the jury that convicted her could not agree whether Arias deserved the death penalty. Eight jurors voted to sentence her to death while four voted for life in prison.
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The Maricopa County District Attorneys Office said this week it was moving forward with plans to retry the sentencing phase of the case and seek the death penalty again. Arias' guilt will not be retried, but a new jury will be seated to listen to evidence on whether her life should be spared.
The hearing could last weeks, as both attorneys will have to agree on seating impartial jurors, despite months of coverage of the trial in the news media. Then each side will present evidence from the trial to bring the new jury up to speed on the case.