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  • Should you have a summer contract with your kid?

    Should you have a summer contract with your kid?

    If you’re a parent there is at least one time you’ve had an argument with your kid that started out something like this: Mom, can I play on the iPad? No, you haven’t cleaned your room yet. But Mom! No, in fact, clean your room and then play with your toys or read a book, […]
  • Two years later: A look back at the day Jodi Arias was found guilty

    Two years later: A look back at the day Jodi Arias was found guilty

    On this day, way back in 2013, the first jury found Jodi Arias guilty of first-degree felony murder.
  • Legally Speaking: A complete breakdown of the case against Sheriff Arpaio

    Legally Speaking: A complete breakdown of the case against Sheriff Arpaio

    These past couple weeks have shown us a new side of "America's toughest sheriff, Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
  • Legally Speaking: In the end, Jerice Hunter will pay for being a bad mom

    Legally Speaking: In the end, Jerice Hunter will pay for being a bad mom

    Jerice Hunter is guilty of being a horrible, terrible mother who killed her little 5-year-old daughter, Jhessye Shockley.
  • Legally Speaking: Now it's up to the jury to decide Jerice Hunter's fate

    Legally Speaking: Now it’s up to the jury to decide Jerice Hunter’s fate

    A jury will be deliberating whether or not Jerice Hunter of Glendale committed first-degree murder of her young daughter.
  • Legally Speaking: Jerice Hunter could pay dearly for being bad mom

    Legally Speaking: Jerice Hunter could pay dearly for being bad mom

    Will Jerice Hunter be convicted of first degree murder for being a bad mother to Jhessye Shockley?
  • Legally Speaking: A look at Jodi Arias' life at the Perryville Women's Prison

    Legally Speaking: A look at Jodi Arias’ life at the Perryville Women’s Prison

    The question has been answered; Jodi Arias has been. She will never again experience life as a free woman (unless of course she wins her inevitable appeal).
  • Legally Speaking: Decision day for Jodi Arias has arrived

    Legally Speaking: Decision day for Jodi Arias has arrived

    We can finally close the chapter, though not the book, on the Jodi Arias trial…or can we?
  • Legally Speaking: Trial for missing child Jhessye Shockley begins

    Legally Speaking: Trial for missing child Jhessye Shockley begins

    The trial of State v. Jerice Hunter commenced Wednesday in Judge Rosa Mroz's courtroom.
  • Legally Speaking: Jodi Arias mistrial raises questions but system not broken

    Legally Speaking: Jodi Arias mistrial raises questions but system not broken

    New information has come to light in regard to the holdout juror and many are asking whether the non-verdict can be vacated or whether the holdout could be prosecuted or sued.
  • Legally Speaking: Q&A after a mistrial in the Jodi Arias retrial leads to many questions

    Legally Speaking: Q&A after a mistrial in the Jodi Arias retrial leads to many questions

    On Thursday Jodi Arias' life was spared after a jury couldn't come to a unanimous decision in the penalty phrase of her retrial.
  • Legally Speaking: Taking you inside the courtroom as the second Jodi Arias mistrial was read

    Legally Speaking: Taking you inside the courtroom as the second Jodi Arias mistrial was read

    This resulted in a mistrial, a non-verdict, and transferred the responsibility of deciding Arias' fate to Judge Sherry Stephens.
  • Legally Speaking: Post-verdict, Jodi Arias' life will look like this

    Legally Speaking: Post-verdict, Jodi Arias’ life will look like this

    While a jury struggles to determine her fate, the possibilities for Jodi Arias' future are clear -- death row at Perryville Prison in Goodyear, Arizona or life in prison. Well, unless they hang. Then her future is either natural life in prison or life with a possibility of parole after 25 years.
  • Legally Speaking: Deadlocked Jodi Arias jury forces judge to read impasse instruction

    Legally Speaking: Deadlocked Jodi Arias jury forces judge to read impasse instruction

    Tuesday afternoon, Judge Sherry Stephens read the Jodi Arias jury a modified impasse instruction.
  • Legally Speaking: Why are the deliberations in the Jodi Arias case taking so long?

    Legally Speaking: Why are the deliberations in the Jodi Arias case taking so long?

    The State v. Jodi Arias jurors finished Day 3 of their deliberations with no verdict. This brings their deliberating time to approximately 16 hours.