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Are Jodi Arias' lawyers conceding guilt?

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  • Jodi Arias accused of killing ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander
  • Travis Alexander was shot, had throat slashed, and was stabbed 27 times

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Are Jodi Arias' lawyers conceding guilt?

It's taken more than four years, but Jodi Arias is finally scheduled to go to trial for the murder of her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander, later this year.

Alexander, a Mormon motivational speaker, was found dead and mutilated in the shower of his Mesa, Arizona home. Arias has changed her story several times.

Arias' lawyers have already filed a motion seeking to leave out any evidence to show that she wasn't remorseful in the alleged killing.

Investigative reporter Jon Lieberman and criminal defense attorney Joey Jackson discuss the high-profile case with Jane Velez-Mitchell.

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