Witness to Martinez: 'Are you angry with me?'

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Witness to Martinez: 'Are you angry with me?'

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Prosecutor Juan Martinez didn't pull any punches in the Jodi Arias trial Thursday when he finally got his chance to question domestic violence expert Alyce LaViolette.
 
Martinez was so fired up that at one point, LaViolette asked him if he was angry with her. People in the gallery erupted in so much laughter that the judge had to admonish them.
 
Martinez brought up a presentation LaViolette gave a few years ago about how "Snow White" is a battered woman. He accused her of being able to find abuse in situations she knows little about including "myths."
 
Earlier in the day, defense attorney Jennifer Willmott ended her direction examination of LaViolette by asking her questions about how Alexander's physical and sexual abuse culminated in a violent confrontation that forced Arias to fight for her life and kill her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander.
 
 
During her testimony, LaViolette methodically walked the jury through the entire history of Arias and Alexander's relationship using Arias’ journal entries, emails and text messages to illustrate her points. LaViolette left off Thursday morning before court broke for lunch testifying about the events surrounding Arias and Alexander's tumultuous relationship just days before he died on June 4, 2008.
 
On Thursday, LaViolette described multiple episodes where Alexander allegedly became violent with Arias.
 
"There was an argument about, about her being interested in two other men and when she talked about that, which was elicited from a conversation that they had -- not just volunteered but elicited -- when that happened Mr. Alexander got very angry, he threw her down, straddled her and he choked her," said LaViolette.

Defense attorney Jennifer Willmott asked, "Are you aware how severe the choking was?"
 
"She lost consciousness. And she woke up coughing a little while later," said LaViolette.
 
Martinez's cross-examination of LaViolette will continue on Monday.
 

HLN is live-blogging the Jodi Arias trial. Read about LaViolette's testimony from Wednesday, her fourth day on the stand, here, her third day on the stand here, and her second here, and her first moments on the witness stand here. Read below for minute-by-minute updates from the trial. (Best read from the bottom up):

7:32 p.m. ET: Judge Stephens has recessed court until Monday.

7:31 p.m. ET: Martinez has jumped back and forth between Snow White and Arias so much he has confused LaViolette. She does not. know who he is talking about.

7:29 p.m. ET: LaViolette said the presentation was about growing up in an abusive family and not an intimate relationship like with the Arias case.

7:27 p.m. ET: LaViolette said Martinez is mischaracterizing her "Snow White" presentation. Martinez said even if it's a myth she can reach the opinion that someone is a battered woman. LaViolette said people need to see the presentation to understand it.

7:22 p.m. ET: The attorneys are now at a sidebar with the judge.

7:21 p.m. ET: Martinez is walking through the entire "Snow White" story. The defense has objected to the relevance of the fairy tail multiple times. The judge keeps overruling the objections.

7:19 p.m. ET: LaViolette seemed to shoot back at Martinez when she said she didn't know the age of the dwarves in "Snow White."

7:17 p.m. ET: Martinez is drawing parallels between "Snow White" and Arias.

7:15 p.m. ET: Martinez is walking LaViolette with why she believes "Snow White" is a battered woman.

7:13 p.m. ET: LaViolette said in this case she views Alexander as the perpetrator and not the victim. She clarified that she meant in regards to domestic violence he was the perpetrator.

7:11 p.m. ET: Martinez asked LaViolette if she put on a seminar about how "Snow White" was a battered woman. LaViolette said she gave the presentation in Las Angeles in 2010.

7:09 p.m. ET: LaViolette said Arias wrote about how she wasn't being productive and felt bad about herself. She also said the examples she provided didn't seem very major.

7:07 p.m. ET: Martinez is asking LaViolette whether Arias wrote anything negative about herself in any of her journals. LaViolette seems to have difficulty answering the question. She wants specific dates from Martinez, and she said she can't answer it, because she needs to review the journal.

7:04 p.m. ET:

7:03 p.m. ET: Maritnez is asking LaViolette how she used materials in the Arias case to reach her opinion. LaViolette seems confused with many of Martinez's questions.

7:00 p.m. ET: Martinez asked LaViolette if she wanted to spar with him. Defense attorney Kirk Nurmi objected, and now the attorneys are at a sidebar with the judge.

6:58 p.m. ET: LaViolette admitted there is no medical diagnosis for when someone is battered or abused.

6:56 p.m. ET: Martinez seems very fired up. LaViolette asked Martinez if he was angry with her. People in the courtroom laughed and the judge admonished them.

6:54 p.m. ET: Martinez is asking how much LaViolette used her 40 hours worth of interviews with Arias to form her opinion in this case.

6:51 p.m. ET:

6:50 p.m. ET: LaViolette said in all the materials she reviewed in this case she never saw Arias display jealous or violent behavior. Willmott has finished her direct examination of LaViolette. Prosecutor Martinez is asking LaViolette about her education, and her limitations because she doesn't have ph.D.

6:47 p.m. ET: Arias' ex-boyfriends told LaViolette that she was generally a happy person, and was never suicidal. They also told LaViolette that she usually told the truth.

6:44 p.m. ET: LaViolette said based on her interviews with Arias' other ex-boyfriend she believes Arias' personality changed due to her abusive relationship with Alexander.

6:41 p.m. ET: Willmott asked LaViolette to go through all the materials she reviewed in the Arias case.

6:39 p.m. ET: People become abusive over time according to LaViolette.

6:38 p.m. ET:

"So there are different kinds of things that happened in this relationship. Certainly putting down friends and family. There is some destruction of property but it seems minimal at this point. A change in the victims personality. Jodi is described by her two prior relationships as generally happy, sweet, creative, lots of different things that are positive. They also say she can be a pain in the pain in the butt, which I’m sure any of us can be a pain in the butt in a relationship. But, what you begin to see is her beginning to move into more depression, moving into more self blame. They had talked about her as being um, good with other people, you see her pulling away from other relationships over time. Um, so there is a lot of change in who she is. You see threats, definitely threats of abandonment," said LaViolette.

6:36 p.m. ET: LaViolette is going through her Continuum of Aggression and Abuse and listing all the abusive behavior she believes was present in Arias and Alexander's relationship.

6:33 p.m. ET: Arias is crying as LaViolette describes why she believes Arias is a battered woman.

6:32 p.m. ET: LaViolette said in her opinion Arias and Alexander's relationship was abusive, and Arias was a battered woman.

6:29 p.m. ET: LaViolette is explaining how abusive men usually feel powerless.

6:25 p.m. ET: The attorneys are at a sidebar with the judge.

6:24 p.m. ET: LaViolette said Arias her shame and naked photos are now public and she is not sure how Arias has been able to deal with that without becoming detached from the situation.

6:21 p.m. ET: Willmott is asking LaViolette how battered women usually cope with truama. LaViolette said battered women can block painful memories and can minimize abuse or trauma.

6:20 p.m. ET: LaViolette is basing her knowledge of what happened June 4, 2008 on what Arias told her in interviews. Her version matches exactly what happened Arias said on the witness stand.

"He goes into the shower and wants her to take pictures of him because he’s been working out and he’s proud of the way his body’s looking. Um, she drops the camera and uh, he gets very upset she drops the camera and um, says that a kindergartener or a five year old could do this better and apparently comes out of the shower, body slams her, she falls to the ground, um, she wriggles away and um, runs into the closet, gets the gun that he has in the closet and he comes after her again and is coming at her like a football player and she does not believe the gun is loaded. Point it at him and shoots and after that she doesn’t really remember anything," said LaViolette.

6:17 p.m. ET: LaViolette said Arias eventually decided to go visit Alexander in Mesa, Arizona in early June 2008. She is now discussing the events of the day Alexander died on June 4, 2008.

6:16 p.m. ET: The jury is being seated.

6:13 p.m. ET: The judge is on the bench, and the attorneys are at a sidebar.

5:53 p.m. ET: The judge has recessed court until 6:10 p.m. ET.

5:50 p.m. ET: LaViolette said with some of these women Alexander tried to push the sexual boundaries as far as he could. He asked one woman how far they would have to go before they would have to go to see the bishop.

5:47 p.m. ET: Alexander told one woman he was having sexual conversations with to read the Book of Mormon just like he did with Arias according to Arias.

5:45 p.m. ET: LaViolette said Alexander told a woman around June 2008 that he had a stalker.

5:44 p.m. ET: The attorneys are still at a sidebar with the judge.

5:39 p.m. ET:

5:36 p.m. ET: LaViolette is walking the jury through all the women Alexander was communicating with around June 2008. Some of the women he was having graphic sexual conversations with and sending nude photos to them. The attorneys are now at a sidebar.

Willmott asked, "Does she, in your opinion, in a vulnerable position?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "And with these communications, is he flirtatious?"

"Yes, he asks for," said LaViolette.

"Objection," said Martinez.

"Sustained," said Judge Stephens.

"Sorry I get excited," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "Nicole?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "Was she in  another relationship?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "During some of these conversations, is he insulting her about the relationship?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "Flirtatious?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "A girl named Lisa he was dating?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "Age difference?"

"10 to 11 year difference," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "We went through an email about how sexual he was with her?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "And Deana?

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "A long time girlfriend?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "At this time, still in contact with her?"

"Yes he is," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "And Krishelle?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked "Was she Vulnerable?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "Based on what she said about herself?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "Graphic sexual content?

"Yes they did," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "Alexander speaking sexually graphic ways?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "What about a woman named Ragan?

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "Is Mr. Alexander being flirtatious?"

"Yes," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "Does he as for naked pictures?"

"Yes he does," said LaViolette.

5:32 p.m. ET: In early June 2008, Alexander was communicating with other women in the middle night, and some of the women complained abot it according to LaViolette. The attorneys are at a sidebar.

5:29 p.m. ET: LaViolette said text messages between Arias and Alexander from May 30, 2008 to June 2, 2008 seemed conversational and normal.

5:28 p.m. ET: Arias wrote in her journal that she initially told Alexander she would not visit him during her road trip on June 1, 2008.

5:27 p.m. ET:

5:25 p.m. ET: Arias wrote about how on her roadtrip in early June 2008 how she planned to stop at her ex-boyfriends' homes along the way.

5:23 p.m. ET: LaViolette said Arias wrote about visiting Ryan Burns in Utah in early June 2008, and she seemed excited about it. Burns testified earlier in the trial that he kissed Arias the day after Alexander died on June 5, 2008.

5:21 p.m. ET: Arias also wrote in her journal about how Alexander was like her father. They both said rude things and made up for it later.

5:19 p.m. ET: LaViolette said Arias also wrote about how she was trapped in a cycle with Alexander where he gets mad and they make up.

5:17 p.m. ET: Arias wrote about all the horrible names Alexander called her in her journal. LaViolette said she did not give many details about the names, and she seemed to minimize Alexander's verbal abuse.

5:16 p.m. ET:

5:14 p.m. ET: Men and women are judged differently when it comes to their sexual behavior according to LaViolette. Women who act out sexually are considered sluts, and Men are considered studs.

5:12 p.m. ET: LaViolette said Arias told Alexander during a fight in May 2008 that sex made her feel closer to him.

5:07 p.m. ET: The attorneys are at a sidebar.

5:04 p.m. ET:

5:01 p.m. ET: LaViolette is listing all the names Alexander called Arias during this instant message fight.

"He hates her. She's caused him more pain than death of father. Rotten lunatic. Never dealt with a more solid form of evil. Nothing but liar. Life identical to Satan.... Should give tips for giving BJ's. Never loved him. Slut's job. Who cares about you, you're worthless... Your life is worthless. You take people's air. You don't care. You don't know what horror you've caused me. You're a laughing stock. You don't care for anything but Jodi. Blames her for pain in his own life. You're demented," said LaViolette.

4:57 p.m. ET: Alexander's text "tirade" according to LaViolette eventually continued through instant messages. Laviolette said the fight was very long and it was seemed more intense then anything she has seen in the case at this point. She also said she has rarely seen such horrible language and intensity in domestic violence cases.

4:54 p.m. ET: Arias did not show any anger to Alexander when he was calling her names.

4:52 p.m. ET: LaViolette said Alexander's insults are so bad in this May 2008 text fight that she believes it is "character assassination."

"Character assassination when you’re dealing with domestic violence is deeper than name calling. It’s really about tearing someone’s heart and soul apart. It’s about taking apart their integrity. It’s about pulling their character down. Um, it’s more than name calling. It’s more than just a verbal sort of assault on somebody. It’s, it’s an assault on the character of that human being. It’s usually much more debilitating and much more harmful to people," said LaViolette.

4:50 p.m. ET: Willmott is asking LaViolette about a text message fight between Arias and Alexander in May 2008 where he calls her evil and a "pure whore."

4:47 p.m. ET: Judge Stephens informed the jury that Juror 5 was in the courtroom to observe, and they should have no contact with her until after the trial. Juror 5 has blond hair with red highlights, and she is sitting in one of the back rows of the gallery.

 

4:44 p.m. ET: LaViolette is taking the stand, and the jury is being seated.

4:42 p.m. ET:

4:36 p.m. ET:

 

4:33 p.m. ET: The juror who was excused from the Arias case earlier in the week is now sitting in the public gallery to watch today's proceedings. She has refused to talk to the media. Testimony should begin any minute.

3:02 p.m. ET: Judge Stephens has recessed court for lunch. The live blog will pick back up when testimony resumes at 4:30 p.m. ET.

3:01 p.m. ET: Alexander and Arias both wrote in their separate journals in late May that it's good that they were going to part ways.

3:00 p.m. ET: LaViolette is reviewing Arias' journal entry from May 22, 2008.

2:58 p.m. ET: In the same journal entry, Arias wrote she told Alexander she could have another relationship with another man. Alexander also told Arias that he wanted to have a relationship with Mimi Hall, and Arias wrote that she was happy for Alexander.

2:55 p.m. ET: Arias also wrote in this journal entry that after she brought up the fact that they should not be physical, because of the Mormon law of chastity Alexander became angry. He also became jealous during this fight.

2:52 p.m. ET: On May 22, 2008, Arias wrote in her journal about how she spoke with Alexander about the Mormon law of chastity. The attorneys are now at a sidebar with the judge.

2:52 p.m. ET: Willmott and LaViolette are now discussing a recording of a phone sex conversation between Arias and Alexander from May 2008. This phone sex recording was played for the jury earlier in the trial. LaViolette said the phone sex conversation shows her that Arias was still involved in a relationship with Alexander in May 2008.

2:50 p.m. ET: LaViolette said in May 2008 Alexander continued to tell women that he was a virgin when he was note. She also said Alexander had sexual relationships with other women before meeting Arias.

2:47 p.m. ET: In Session's Beth Karas in in the courtroom and she says the jurors are engaged and listening to LaViolette's testimony.

2:46 p.m. ET: Willmott read an email conversation between where Alexander tells Arias if he could control his anger then he would be unstoppable. LaViolette said that statement was significant, because it shows that Alexander was scared of his anger.

2:43 p.m. ET: The attorneys just finished their sidebar.

2:36 p.m. ET: Willmott asked LaViolette if Alexander wrote an email to Arias where he said that if he could control his temper he would be unstoppable. The attorneys are now at a sidebar with the judge.

2:33 p.m. ET: Now Willmott and LaViolette are discussing a conversation from May 10, 2008 where Arias and Alexander discuss his temper. The attorneys are now at a sidebar with the judge.

2:31 p.m. ET: In May 2008, Arias and Alexander had a three-hour text argument. LaViolette said during this long argument almost all of the anger was coming from Alexander, and that this is a long time for someone to be mad.

2:29 p.m. ET:

2:26 p.m. ET: In May 2008, Arias suggested to Alexander that they create a don't ask, don't tell policy about their other relationships. Alexander responded by saying they should just forget each other exist.

2:23 p.m. ET: A juror has a question for LaViolette.

2:22 p.m. ET: LaViolette said in May 2008, Alexander would consistently have tirades through text messages. Willmott is now asking LaViolette are discussing a text message fight from May 2008 where Alexander gets mad Arias for speaking to another man. LaViolette said this was jealous behavior, and Alexander seemed to get more jealous the more Arias pulled away from the relationship.

2:18 p.m. ET: Willmott is asking is now asking LaViolette about fights between Alexander and Arias in May 2008, about a month before Arias killed him.

2:16 p.m. ET:  In Session has obtained Arias’ jail visitation logs for the period January 10, 2012 through March 28, 2013.  Here are some of the highlights:

  • Jodi’s mother and aunt have visited her twice weekly, sometimes more, since the trial began.  Her brother, father, and a cousin have also visited her.           
  • In addition to her attorneys and mitigation specialist, some of the other visitors include friends, supporters, and clergy.
  • With the exception of privileged visitors such as attorneys, doctors.  “Regular” visitors such as family and friends do not have physical contact with Arias; they speak through a glass.
  • Arias is only allotted three 30 minute visits per week by regular visitors.

2:13 p.m. ET: The attorneys are at a sidebar with the judge.

2:12 p.m. ET: LaViolette said Arias was still attached to Alexander even after she moved back home to California. She also said it is common for battered women to break off a relationship but will still be attached to their abusive partner.

2:08 p.m. ET:

2:06 p.m. ET: In April 2008, Alexander wrote in his journal that he was happy Arias moved to California, because now he can move on with his life. He also writes about how he is worried about money.

2:03 p.m. ET: LaViolette said Arias would usually try to calm Alexander when he was made by being apologetic or sexual.

2:01 p.m. ET:

1:59 p.m. ET: Willmott and Alexander are discussing another text message argument between Arias and Alexander that takes place after she moved back to Yreka, California in April 2008.

1:57 p.m. ET: Alexander and Arias' relationship was still abusive in April 2008 according to LaViolette.

1:56 p.m. ET: LaViolette said that Alexander's threat of fearing his wrath is abusive, because he has a past of being physically violent.

1:55 p.m. ET: In the text message Alexander sent to Arias, he threatens to talk bad about Arias to her friends. He also threatens Arias with his wrath.

1:53 p.m. ET:  In Session's Beth Karas says the jurors do not have any questions for LaViolette so far.

1:51 p.m. ET: The attorneys are at a sidebar with the judge.

1:49 p.m. ET: Willmott is asking LaViolette about a text message Alexander sent Arias in April 2008. In the text he is mad at Arias for lying to him.

1:46 p.m. ET: Alexander's violence continues to escalate in April 2008 according to LaViolette.

1:44 p.m. ET: LaViolette is explaining why most battered women minimize the abuse they have endured, because usually it is hard for them to process and they want to protect their partner's reputation. Arias seemed to minimize Alexander's violence when she discussed it with LaViolette.

1:41 p.m. ET: Arias told LaViolette that Alexander choked her in April 2008. LaViolette said choking is a very severe form of violence and it is life threatening.

"There was an argument about, about her being interested in two other men and when she talked about that, which was elicited from a conversation that they had. Not just volunteered but elicited. When that happened Mr. Alexander got very angry, he threw her down, straddled her and he choked her," said LaViolette.

Defense attorney Jennifer Willmott asked, "Are you aware how severe the choking was?"
 
"She lost consciousness. And she woke up coughing a little while later," said LaViolette.

1:39 p.m. ET: Now LaViolette and Willmott are discussing a fourth violent episode between Arias and Alexander in April 2008.

1:37 p.m. ET: On April 1, Alexander texted Arias apologizing and told her that she was a fantastic person.

1:36 p.m. ET: The text messages from the end of March 28 indicate to LaViolette that Alexander became mad at Arias, because of he hung up on her. Arias texted Alexander the reason she hung up was because he was yelling at her. Laviolette said this indicates to her that Arias was trying to establish boundaries.

1:33 p.m. ET:

1:30 p.m. ET: In March 2008, Alexander wrote in his journal that it was a good thing Arias was moving back home to Yreka, California, because he was having trouble with self control. Willmott asked LaViolette about a text message fight at the end of March 2008. The attorneys are now at a sidebar with the judge.

1:24 p.m. ET: Alexander sent sexual emails to married woman in the Spring of 2008. LaViolette said the woman seemed vulnerable. The attorneys are now at a sidebar with the judge.

1:22 p.m. ET: In March, Alexander got made at Arias, because her voicemail was full and he told her to empty it. LaViolette said it seemed like he ordered Arias to clear it out.

1:21 p.m. ET: The attorneys are at a sidebar with the judge.

1:19 p.m. ET: LaViolette said in all the materials she reviewed in the case she never saw Arias display any stalking behavior.

Willmott asked, "Ms. LaViolette, with everything you have reviewed, the text messages, the emails, the journal entries, and you’ve reviewed Mr. Alexander’s journal entries as well right?"

"Yes I have," said LaViolette.

Wilmott asked, "And with reviewing all this information, did you ever see any type of indications of stalking activity from Ms. Arias to Mr. Alexander?"

"No I didn’t," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "At this point in their relationship, does it appear there is any type of stalking going on?

"No, it doesn’t," said LaViolette.

Willmott asked, "And do you base that on Alexander’s own words when he talks about inviting her over?

Martinez said, "Objection, leading."

Wilmott asked, "What do you base that on?"

"On the nature of the relationship, his willingness to have her over, on his, you know, connection with her, as well as his connection with him," said LaViolette.

1:16 p.m. ET: LaViolette said Alexander told multiple women that he had a stalker. The attorneys are now at a sidebar with the judge.

1:15 p.m. ET: Alexander texted Arias to come over to his house and to make herself at home on March 22, 2008.

1:14 p.m. ET: Defense attorney Jennifer Willmott is asking LaViolette about text messages between Alexander and Arias from March 22, 2008.

1:12 p.m. ET: LaViolette is taking the stand, and the jury is being seated.

1:10 p.m. ET: Judge Sherry Stephens said she will deny the defense's motion to sequester the jury at this time, because there is no indication that the jury has been exposed to any media coverage of the trial at this time.

1:09 p.m. ET: Nurmi said the media coverage could affect Arias' right to a fair trial. Prosecutor Martinez responded by saying the jury has said on numerous times that they are avoiding coverage of the trial.

1:08 p.m. ET: Arias has a new outfit and hairstyle today.

1:05 p.m. ET: Defense attorney Kirk Nurmi is asking the court to sequester the jury, because the media was able to obtain interrogation tapes of Arias' parents and copies of her journal.

12:58 p.m. ET: The judge has cleared her docket, and testimony should begin any minute now.

12:26 p.m. ET: From our producer in the courtroom: The judge is on the bench handling other cases, Arias attorneys are in the courtroom as well as witness Alyce LaViolette, who appears to be in good spirits and feeling better. Her testimony is expected to resume once the judge clears her calendar and the jury is seated. Judge has numerous defendants in the courtroom I do not anticipate a prompt start time.

 

LaViolette said Alexander and Arias became trapped in a domestic abuse cycle in which he would become violent, and they would have a loving period after the fight.

"It’s just part of a cycle, part of that whole pattern where something happens that is unacceptable and then there’s forgiveness, based on the fact that the person is seeking forgiveness," said LaViolette.

WatchDr. Drew analyzes the interrogation tapes of Arias' parents

LaViolette also detailed several episodes of Alexander's violent behavior, including when he allegedly kicked her and broke her finger.

"They have an argument and during this argument he grabs her and throws her to the floor and when she hits the floor she makes a sound and he says basically, 'Don’t act like that hurts, b****, this hurts!' and he kicks her and then he kicks her a second time," LaViolette said.

LaViolette's testimony Thursday could be critical for Jodi Arias' defense.

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