Transcript for Arias Quotes Maya Angelou on Twitter
We'll get the latest on jodi arias. After her jury deadlocked on the death penalty, the convicted killer is tweeting again from behind bars and there is all kinds of controversy over the prosecutor's call for a new penalty trial. Abc's john schriffen has the latest. Reporter: Her trial, over. But her fate in limbo. Jodi arias is once again not shying away from the spotlight. The convicted murderer took to twitter monday, this time quoting author maya angelou. When you learn, teach, she tweeted. When you get, give. What arias is getting this morning, support prosecutor a growing chorus of people thinking prosecutors should drop the death penalty case against her. I don't think it's worth the amount of money they want to spend in order to kill this woma give her life without parole and let's be finish with this case. Reporter: In a scathing new editorial, "the arizona republic" argues prosecutors should not seat a new jury to rehear the penalty phase of arias' case. 12 jurors agreed to convict the 32-year-old of murdering her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander on may 8th but deadlocked on the death penalty. With a new jury, the paper's editorial board writes "the trial would drag on adding to its multimillion dollar cost. By extending mercy to arias, prosecutors can grant mercy to this community, as well." It was a very trying experience to weigh someone's life. Reporter: In an exclusive interview many so of areriarias' jury said -- it's not a full trial. That will be a horrendous task for people. The jurors are not going to get as much of an impact as they did the first time, you know, a summary doesn't work like sitting there for five months. Reporter: While the county attorney could decide to drop the death penalty, giving arias a guaranteed life sentence in a statement moments after her conviction he said he'd retry the case. I still feel like we let the system down. Because we weren't able to come to a unanimous decision. Reporter: That will now have to be reached by a new jury when it begins hearing evidence as early as july. For "good morning america," john schriffen, abc news, los angeles. Boy, we'll see what the prosecutor does with all that pressure.
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