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Defendant Jodi Arias testifies during her murder trial in Phoenix, Arizona February 20, 2013 for the June 4, 2008 death of Travis Alexander. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool

Defendant Jodi Arias testifies during her murder trial in Phoenix, Arizona February 20, 2013 for the June 4, 2008 death of Travis Alexander. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool

Defendant Jodi Arias testifies during her murder trial in Phoenix, Arizona February 20, 2013 for the June 4, 2008 death of Travis Alexander. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool
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Jodi Arias talks about the text messages with Travis Alexander from March through May 2008, as she testifies during her murder trial in Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix, Arizona February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool

Jodi Arias talks about the text messages with Travis Alexander from March through May 2008, as she testifies during her murder trial in Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix, Arizona February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona...more

Jodi Arias talks about the text messages with Travis Alexander from March through May 2008, as she testifies during her murder trial in Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix, Arizona February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool
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Jodi Arias talks about the text messages with Travis Alexander as she testifies during her murder trial in Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix, Arizona February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool

Jodi Arias talks about the text messages with Travis Alexander as she testifies during her murder trial in Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix, Arizona February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool

Jodi Arias talks about the text messages with Travis Alexander as she testifies during her murder trial in Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix, Arizona February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool
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Defendant Jodi Arias tries to maintain composure as she testifies during her murder trial in Phoenix, Arizona February 20, 2013 for the June 4, 2008 death of Travis Alexander. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool

Defendant Jodi Arias tries to maintain composure as she testifies during her murder trial in Phoenix, Arizona February 20, 2013 for the June 4, 2008 death of Travis Alexander. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool

Defendant Jodi Arias tries to maintain composure as she testifies during her murder trial in Phoenix, Arizona February 20, 2013 for the June 4, 2008 death of Travis Alexander. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool
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Judge Sherry Stephens listens to defendant Jodi Arias testify during her murder trial in Phoenix, Arizona February 20, 2013 for the June 4, 2008 death of Travis Alexander. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool

Judge Sherry Stephens listens to defendant Jodi Arias testify during her murder trial in Phoenix, Arizona February 20, 2013 for the June 4, 2008 death of Travis Alexander. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool

Judge Sherry Stephens listens to defendant Jodi Arias testify during her murder trial in Phoenix, Arizona February 20, 2013 for the June 4, 2008 death of Travis Alexander. REUTERS/Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic/Pool
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