PHOENIX (AP) - Jodi Arias is answering questions from the jury in her murder trial in Phoenix.
Arizona is one of just a few states where jurors are allowed to ask questions of witnesses during a criminal trial as a matter of law. Jurors in the Arias trial had about 100 questions for her after her lengthy testimony over the last two weeks.
Judge Sherry Stephens is reading the questions aloud to Arias, and they include a range of subjects. One of them focused on why she didn't call the police after she claimed victim Travis Alexander was abusive.
She faces the death penalty if convicted of first-degree murder.