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Jodi Arias verdict: To be read today

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It was reported on May 8, 2013, that the jury reached a Jodi Arias verdict. According to USA Today the verdict will be read today.

"The verdict will be read in a Phoenix courtroom at 4:30 p.m. ET."

The 12 members of the jury began deliberations on Monday. A five-month trial culminated in three days of deliberations. This case has drawn worldwide attention and spectators lined up for seats each day. As previously reported one follower even sold her seat for $200.

Arias of California is accused of murdering her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in Phoenix in 2008. The prosecutor asked for a death sentence for Arias. Arizona Governor Jan Brewer also said that she believes that Arias is guilty.

"Arias spent 18 days on the witness stand testifying in her defense. Arias and her lawyers contended it was the culmination of a relationship in which she was emotionally, physically and sexually abused by Alexander."

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