But according to a report by The Associated Press, most questions indicated some jurors don’t believe her. Experts added that the sheer number of juror questions and their context don’t bode well for Arias.
The questions largely focused on her contention that she can’t recall crucial details from the day Travis Alexander was killed in 2008.
"I believed it was not OK ... to take someone’s life even if you were defending yourself," Arias replied softly.
"Would you decide to tell the truth if you never got arrested?" another juror asked.
Arias paused briefly, thinking.
"I honestly don’t know the answer to that question," she said.
-- Bill Miller