Jodi Arias is officially no longer her own lawyer.
In a pretrial hearing Monday, Arizona Judge Sherry Stephens granted the convicted killer's motion to relinquish her pro per status, effective immediately -- in other words, Arias will no longer be representing herself in the penalty phase retrial.
Arias, who was convicted in the 2008 brutal killing of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, had initially taken over as her own attorney one month ago.
A jury unanimously convicted Arias of first-degree murder in 2013. That same jury however could not decide whether she should get life in prison or the death penalty, resulting in the retrial with a new jury.
Arias' attorneys who represented her throughout the initial trial, Kirk Nurmi and Jennifer Willmott, are expected to step back in and oversee the next phase.
Jury selection is scheduled to begin September 29.
Also in court Monday, an attorney representing local television stations filled a motion requesting access for daily media coverage with a 30-minute delay for the penalty phase retrial.
Stephens took the motion under advisement and is expected to rule on the matter Tuesday.