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Final Jeopardy

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From more than 200 questions posed by jurors over two days in March during the trial of Jodi Arias. Arias, who stands accused of the 2008 murder of her former lover Travis Alexander, first told police that she was driving to see a love interest, Ryan Burns, in Utah on the night of the murder, then later claimed she killed Alexander in self-defense during an argument over a dropped camera that ensued while she was photographing him in the shower. Arias faces the death penalty. Arizona is one of three states that require judges to allow jurors to question witnesses in criminal trials.

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