The long and dramatic trial of Jodi Arias is finally over.
After several years, many scandalous claims, and even a mistrial ruling, Jodi's fate has been decided by Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Sherry Stephens.
Judge Stephens ruled Monday morning that Arias will face life in prison without the possibility of parole.
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Arias was found guilty of the brutal 2008 murder of Travis Alexander all the way back in 2013, but various factors — including a retrial and a hung jury — have delayed her sentencing.
The Alexander family previously voiced their disappointment that Arias would not be receiving the death penalty.
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Bust out the schadenfreude flavored popcorn, because round two of the Jodi Arias sentencing is about to begin!!
Convicted in May of brutally slaying her former lover, Jodi's previous jury couldn't return a unanimous decision whether or not her life should be spared.
Maricopa County prosecutor Bill Montgomery will now be asking a new jury of her peers to dole out justice by, you know, lining the convicted murderer up in front of a firing squad.
Well, not a firing squad, per se — Arizona's only sanctioned form of capital punishment is
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