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New Jodi Artwork Now Available

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If you’ve ever wanted to own an awesome piece of original hand drawn artwork by Jodi Arias, now is your chance.

Jodi is planning to list a new piece of artwork each week in this website, and you’re therefore invited to submit your offers via email. The highest bidder (at the end of each week) will then be given the opportunity to complete their purchase via check or online through PayPal.

Click here (or click the picture below) for further details of Jodi’s latest artwork – Lucille Ball – and to place your bid! Offers close this coming Sunday.

SJ
Team Jodi

Click here for further details on the above artwork and to place your bid.

Click here to view previously sold Jodi artwork.

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7 Comments

  1. She is very talented. I wish she would have pursued her art rather than TA. I have a couple of questions. Is her artwork subject to the Son of Sam Law since she’s already confessed to the killing? If so, where does the money from art sales go?

  2. Lisa M. FYI Killing a person is a homicide, and is not a crime in, and of, itself; homicide is not the same as murder; a person is legally justified in using deadly force ie potentially a homicide, to defend themself, as set out in chapter 4, under the heading “justification” at http://www.azleg.gov/arizonarevisedstatutes.asp?title=13
    Read sections 13-404 and 13-405 together.
    I suspect this may be the sections relied upon, although i am not sure.
    13-404. Justification; self-defense
    A. Except as provided in subsection B of this section, a person is justified in threatening or using physical force against another when and to the extent a reasonable person would believe that physical force is immediately necessary to protect himself against the other’s use or attempted use of unlawful physical force.
    13-405. Justification; use of deadly physical force
    A. A person is justified in threatening or using deadly physical force against another:
    1. If such person would be justified in threatening or using physical force against the other under section 13-404, and
    2. When and to the degree a reasonable person would believe that deadly physical force is immediately necessary to protect himself against the other’s use or attempted use of unlawful deadly physical force.
    B. A person has no duty to retreat before threatening or using deadly physical force pursuant to this section if the person is in a place where the person may legally be and is not engaged in an unlawful act.

  3. Hasn’t the woman defense attorney arguing for the use of a Power Point presentation by the psychologist to show Jodi’s “post traumatic stress syndrome”, mistakenly, and superfluously, added the extraneous element of CRIME
    Didn’t woman say the Power Point presentation is being made to assist the jury to distinguish between an INSTRUMENTAL and an EXPRESSIVE CRIMINAL ACT
    If the woman removed the word CRIMINAL wouldn’t that suffice, and be admissible ?
    ie have the Power Point presentation to show, and distinguish, between “instrumental”, and “expressive” acts, without any association with the word “criminal” ?
    Leave that to the jury.

    • Both words have to do about research about crime scenes. Instrumental where a crime is planned, is a clean crime scene whereas, expressive is unplanned and the crime scene is very messy.

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