Jodi Arias Sentenced to Life In Prison

Jodi Arias Sentenced to Life In Prison

Hey everyone, Jax here with some news that you all may find interesting. After years of the Jodi Arias situation and trial, a judge has finally sentenced her to life in prison. Travis Alexander was killed in 2008, and in 2013, Arias was found  guilt, but it has taken this just to sentence her due to the many circumstances surrounding the case.

Why did it take so long for a sentence to be rendered? There were two other juries that had been assigned to sentence Arias, but the two were unable to determine a sentence.

However, today, the judge in Maricopa County has sentenced to Arias to life in prison without the possibility of parole in the death of Travis Alexander. The family of the victim has expressed disappointment that Arias was not given the death penalty.

How do you all feel about this verdict? Stay tuned to the Trend Guys for more information as it becomes available.

About Jax

Jax
Jax is a freelance writer and Titanic historian who has been passionate about writing her whole life. She is new to The Trend guys but plans to devote that passion and energy to entertaining its readers for many years to come.

One comment

  1. If Jodi Arias doesn’t deserve the death penalty then who does?? Two jury’s failed to sentence her and I’ll bet you anything it was always one moron who couldn’t vote to kill an outwardly attractive female. (I say “outwardly attractive because the bitch digusts me). You can’t expect some moron with a 105 IQ to comprehend a comlicated case like this and ask them to sit in judgement of that person. It’s amazing how one person can have eleven other jurors telling him/her they’re wrong and giving reasons why, and they’ll still think they are right. Idiots.
    Now Arias is going to live out the rest of her life, taking place in Christmas talent shows in prison, despite the fact that she stabbed, shot and almost beheaded another human being. Brilliant!!

    I really like this site Steve.

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