The penalty phase of the Jodi Arias trial may be over, but her fate remains in limbo.
On Monday at 7 p.m., HLN's Nancy Grace takes you back to the beginning with footage of Arias being interrogated by police. It's video the jury never got to see! Then at 10 p.m., Nancy shares rare jailhouse interviews that displays Arias' erratic behavior.
We are learning more about what happened behind closed doors with jurors in the Jodi Arias trial. On Friday, the jury foreman appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America" where he talked about what led up to jurors agreeing to disagree.
William Zervakos said he's sure Arias was "mentally and verbally abused." The jury deadlocked on the question of whether Arias should receive the death penalty or life in prison. A source told HLN the final breakdown was eight jurors for death and four for life.
HLN News Now's Mike Galanos talked with a pair of attorneys about the foreman's statement and what it might have meant for the case.