Tag Archives: Juan Martinez

Jodia Arias’ 19 Minutes of Nothing

I expected more, didn’t you?  Jodi Arias is supposed to have an IQ that rivals Einstein’s.   She, or her defense team, made us wait for days to hear her statement to the jury and what we got was 19 minutes … Continue reading

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Exhibit #159 – A Moment in Time

EXHIBIT #159 Finally!  The trial of Arizona versus Arias has been turned over to the jury.  The clock has been started.  They have begun the last, yet most important step for the guilt phase of this trial.  I have shared … Continue reading

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The Pursuit of Justice

The one thing we all have in common as Americans is our pursuit of justice.  Ask a hundred people what their definition of justice is and you will get a hundred different answers.  I took a moment to look it … Continue reading

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The Jodi Arias Show

There’s a real-life drama being played out in a courtroom in the State of Arizona.   A young woman has been charged with felony murder for the death of her on-again, off-again boyfriend.  Most of you are familiar with the details … Continue reading

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