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Arizona / Arias Murder Trial / A Discussion #1039545

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 27, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The murder trial in Arizona of Jodi Arias, who killed her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in 2008, introduced.

(Phoenix: Randi Kaye) The testimony by Arias reviewed; scenes shown from inside the courtroom where the prosecutor questioned Arias about Alexander and their sexual relationship; details given of the contradictions in her stories about him with excerpts from her "48 Hours Mystery" interview played. Where Arias got the gun and the premeditation issue discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about the Arias trial; video of Arias shown. [TOOBIN, GERAGOS - offer views on the defense strategy of a "makeunder" of Arias in court and having her speak directly to the jury, who is actually the audience.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN special coverage of the Arias trial later tonight announced.

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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