Jodi's life behind bars: What the jury doesn't know

NEED TO KNOW
  • 'HLN After Dark: The Jodi Arias Trial' is on at 10 p.m. on HLN
  • Vinnie Politan reveals a piece of evidence the real jury has never seen

When court is done for the day, the conversation is only just beginning. Watch HLN’s newest hit show "HLN After Dark: The Jodi Arias Trial" nightly at 10 p.m. on HLN.

HLN’s new special series "HLN After Dark: The Jodi Arias Trial" takes you into the controversial topics of the Jodi Arias murder trial. Arias is accused of shooting her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in the face, stabbing him multiple times and slitting his throat from ear to ear.

VIDEO: What's the real story behind the stills?

Each night on the show, host Vinnie Politan reveals to our in-studio jury, and virtual jury at home, a piece of evidence that the jury in the Jodi Arias trial has never seen. While the trial has focused a lot on Jodi's past and her life leading up to the death of Travis Alexander, many are curious about what life has been like for her over the past five years, since she was arrested in July 2008.

Between May 2009 and May 2011, Jodi Arias got into some trouble for her behavior behind bars, which included a fight and hiding unauthorized objects, such as a pen and certain types of skin cream.

VIDEO: How could Jodi Arias have moved the body?

Throughout the day and during the show, interact with us on Facebook and on Twitter by using #JodiJury. Keep up with Vinnie Politan on twitter to know the moment a verdict is reached in the Jodi Arias murder trial!

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