Monday, December 9 2013 9:49 AM EST2013-12-09 14:49:03 GMT
Officials released an announcement that the LSU Tigers and the Iowa Hawkeyes will bring in the year 2014 as they square-off in the Outback Bowl on January 1st in Tampa. Outback Bowl Chairman Ken HovermanMore >>
Officials released an announcement that the LSU Tigers and the Iowa Hawkeyes will bring in the year 2014 as they square-off in the Outback Bowl on January 1 in Tampa.More >>
Sunday, December 8 2013 1:13 PM EST2013-12-08 18:13:39 GMT
From the Marshall Police Department: MARSHALL, TX - On December 8, 2013 at 5:50am Marshall Police Department Communications received a call reporting that a white male subject was inside Wal-mart locatedMore >>
Upon officers' arrival, the subject had fled the scene into the surrounding wooded area.More >>
PHOENIX (CBS5) -
There has been a lot of attention paid to Jodi Arias' recent comments about how she prefers the death penalty over life in prison, but it's a belief she's held for years.
In 2008, 48 Hours interviewed Arias about her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander's death. At the time, Arias denied killing him.
"If a conviction happens, I know that I won't be the first person to be wrongly convicted and possibly wrongly sentenced for either life in prison or the death penalty," stated Arias at the time.
"Personally, if I had my choice, I would take the death penalty because I don't want to spend the rest of my life in prison. But I'm not so much angry at that as I am thinking, 'What a waste because I did have my whole future ahead of me.' I had everything to lose and nothing to gain if I were to have killed Travis," she continued in the 2008 interview.
Arias is expected to take the stand Monday when the jury reconvenes for the sentencing part of her trial. Thursday, the jurors were inexplicably dismissed early. It's unclear what Arias will say Monday. Many wonder whether she will continue to ask for the death penalty.
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