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Jodi: I'm not going to say I never lied

  • Jodi Arias is charged with the murder of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander
  • If convicted, Jodi Arias could face the death penalty


After the questions from the jury, both the defense and the prosecution get to question Jodi Arias again. The defense asked Jodi about her shaking when questioned and more details about the actual killing and then ended with the question, why should the jurors believe you.  Juan Martinez then started his cross-examination and once again honed on small details and inconsistencies in her answers.  Is that the right way to go?  Who came out on top on Thursday?  Jane Velez-Mitchell discusses with a panel of experts.

For complete coverage of the Jodi Arias trial watch Jane Velez-Mitchell weeknights at 7pm ET on HLN. 

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