PHOENIX, ARIZONA: In an interview with Good Morning America (via CNN), the foreman overseeing Jodi Arias’s death penalty proceedings apparently felt that the decision in first-degree murder, and possible death is ‘extremely tough’ and ‘difficult’ as showing emotions during the case was ‘often hard’.
“We couldn’t allow ourselves to show emotion, although I’m sure some came through, and I’m very, very proud of my peers and my jurors that were with us because they did a fantastic job of holding it together.”
“It was a gut-wrenching thing we had to go through, and everybody had to make their own decision,” William Zervakos told ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
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