That type of body language will not bode well for a jury because it looked fake and manipulative. There is a lot of truth to the fact that those who are judged to be more physically attractive are judged to be less guilty of committing crimes. Research for the past three decades has validated this. In the above photo blond, and curvy Arias looks very attractive.
Jodi Arias Trial: Defense Requests Mistrial or Removal of Juror
Child stars who are unrecognizably gorgeous today
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By Meghan Keneally and Associated Press. Jodi Arias continued to defend her previous statements about how she felt ashamed following sex with her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, even as the prosecutor played voicemails where she told of how much she enjoyed their dalliances. At points during the 11th day of her testimony on the stand, she said that she took topless photos of herself before she had breast augmentation surgery but she did not send it to Alexander because she felt embarrassed by them. Memory: Prosecutor Juan Martinez left has repeatedly questioned Jodi Arias' recollection of events during the trial. Consulting: Jodi Arias is seen here talking to her lawyer Kirk Nurmi during the session on Tuesday, following a screaming match with prosecutor Juan Martinez who has been grilling her relentlessly.
Jodi Arias was actually crying real tears in the courtroom today before the trial even got underway. There were all the usual delays this morning as Jodi and the attorneys and the judge met behind closed doors. Then the DA came out and spoke to the Alexander family once quietly in open court and then later in a private room. No one knows yet what was said in the second closed door meeting yet. Meanwhile, Jodi Arias comes out and stands with the rest of the courtroom for the jury to enter.