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'Borderline personality disorder' for Arias?

  • Prosecution witness says Arias had 'borderline personality disorder'
  • Jodi Arias could face the death penalty if convicted of murdering Alexander in 2008

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The Jodi Arias defense rested on Tuesday after 38 days of testimony.  Now, prosecutor Juan Martinez will call his rebuttal witnesses.  His first witness is clinical psychologist Janeen DeMarte.  DeMarte testified on Tuesday that Jodi Arias had borderline personality disorder.

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