It has literally come to down to life or death in the Jodi Arias murder trial (watch live streaming video below), where the former waitress (and convicted murderer) is attempting to convince the jury to spare her life.Following an emotional appeal to the panel on Tuesday – featuring family photos, art work and a list of charitable deeds she hopes to accomplish -- Jodi went on a “save my life” media blitz, granting interviews to outlets like “Today," ABC News, FOX 10 and the Associated Press.
Shelton, an Oklahoma native, told “Extra” about the duet. “It was rough. Luckily, Miranda happened to be in town. A lot of different producers came up to me and said do you want to do something for Oklahoma, and I said ‘Absolutely.’ I told Miranda we should just do ‘Over You,’ -- that’s a perfect tribute to what a lot of people are going through.”
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Convicted murderer Jodi Arias took the stand on Tuesday and asked the jury to spare her life, as the nation watched via live streaming video. These final days of deliberation are life or death for the 32-year-old as the jury decides her fate.
Amazing stories of survival are beginning to emerge in the wake of the tornado that touched down in Oklahoma on Monday. Among the heroes is Rhonda Crosswhite, a teacher who used her body as a shield to protect six students from the devastation.
The sixth-grade teacher at Plaza Towers Elementary in Moore, OK told “Today” show anchor Savannah Guthrie, "I was in a [bathroom] stall with some kids and it just started coming down, so I laid on top of them. One of my little boys just kept saying, 'I love you, I love you, please don't die with me.' But we're okay. We made it out."
Jodi Arias was supposed to take the stand on Monday to plead for her life, but the convicted murderer never got a chance to speak at the trial. As the world watched via live streaming video, the judge postponed the proceedings until Tuesday.
Convicted murderer Jodi Arias was in tears on Thursday as the family of victim Travis Alexander told the jury of their “horrific loss.” Arias’ trial is in the final stage as the panel decides between life in prison and the death penalty. (Live streaming video of the courtroom will be available again when the case resumes on Monday.)
Arias broke down as two of Travis’ seven siblings, Stephen and Samantha Alexander, told jurors about their brother, often stopping to hold back their own tears. The statements were meant to express who Travis was as a person and how his death has affected them.