Thanks for all this info. Has Arias accounted for the changes in her story?I've watched a lot of the trial live on azcentral.com. It is broadcast without advertising and without censorship. Of course the courtroom cameras don't show the jury and don't show the sex pictures and videos as they are being shown in the courtroom, but those are the only things not aired.
Before leaving California to come back to Mesa (east of Phoenix), she rented a car (refused the red one they first gave her because she said red cars attract more police, speeding and all). Next she bought 3 gas cans and filled them with gas. She also took the front tag off her rental car (she claims skate boarders did it while she was in a Starbucks) and drove to Mesa. There are no receipts for gas or anything else that would prove she was in Arizona. Sounds like pre-meditated something to me.
She shot him with a .25 caliber bullet, that she claims came from a gun that Jason Alexander owned. The gun was never found. She threw it in the desert somewhere between Phoenix and the Hoover Dam. While she was in California staying with her grandparents their house was robbed. They took 30 bucks out of Jodi's wallet and her grandfather's gun - a .25 caliber. The robbers didn't take Jodi's laptop or anything else of value. The police found no ammunition at Alexander's home. Alexander used to go to the range with a friend and would always borrow a gun from his friend because Alexander didn't have one. If he bought a pistol he never told his shooting buddy. Why the hell would he buy a .25 cal pistol anyway? Admittedly, there is no gun and thus no proof that her grandfather's gun is the gun that Arias alleges to have been Alexander's.
There is soooooo much more that can't be ignored. I'd be very surprised if the jury didn't convict her.