It took just over 15 hours for a 12-member jury to find accused boyfriend killer, Jodi Arias, guilty of first-degree murder.
Arias claimed that in 2008 she killed her then boyfriend Travis Alexander in self defense, shooting him twice, slashing his throat and stabbing him nearly 30 times.
In what has been dubbed a bizarre trial for many reasons, Arias claimed she was the victim of domestic violence as jurors and a packed courtroom listened to sex tapes, 18 days of testimony from the accused killer and rumors that Alexander had a dark side that included child pornography.
The trial was held in Mesa, and will now move into a new phase. Now that she has been found guilty of first-degree murder, the jury must now decide if Arias lives for dies.
The judge ordered the jury to begin deliberations on the sentencing phase on Thursday at 1 p.m.