As the Jodi Arias murder trial comes to a close, catch up with photos from her relationship with Travis Alexander, an inside look at her Estrella Jail cell, and top courtroom moments.
Travis Alexander and Jodi Arias dated for several months in 2007. Reports indicate after breaking up, the two kept in contact even after Arias moved to California. Alexander was found murdered in his home in June 2008.
Jodi Arias seen doing a headstand during a July 2008 interrogation.
Arias' parents were also interrogated in July 2008.
Inside Jodi Arias jail: Estrella Jail in Phoenix.
Inside Jodi Arias jail: Outside of Estrella Jail buildings.
Inside Jodi Arias jail: Barbed wire lines the fences and buildings at Estrella Jail.
Inside Jodi Arias jail: The cells and common area in Estrella Jail.
Inside Jodi Arias jail: Female inmates inside a common area at Estrella Jail where Jodi Arias is housed.
Inside Jodi Arias jail: Female inmates in a common area at Estrella Jail.
Inside Jodi Arias jail: Typical meal inside Estrella Jail.
Inside Jodi Arias jail: Female inmates inside Estrella Jail where Jodi Arias is housed.
Inside Jodi Arias jail: Female inmates at Estrella Jail.
Inside Jodi Arias jail: A typical cell inside Estrella Jail.
Inside Jodi Arias jail: Inside typical cell at Estrella Jail.
Arias was on the witness stand for 18 days testifying about her past, relationship with Alexander, and the day he died.
Arias has been extremely emotional during some of the trial proceedings, especially those involving photos or accounts from victim Travis Alexander.
Prosecutor Juan Martinez squared off with defense witnesses for weeks in the lengthy murder trial.
Arias and Alexander came to blows several times during her time on the stand, as he often raised his voice while casting doubt on her testimony.
Arias took dozens of questions from the jury while on the stand. Arizona is one of few states where jurors are allowed to ask questions of witnesses.
Arias and her defense team, Jennifer Willmot and Kirk Nurmi, in a Phoenix courtroom.
Domestic violence expert Dr. Alyce LaViolette testified for several days in the Arias murder trial.
Excused Juror #5 sitting in on courtroom proceedings after being released from the jury .
Three jurors were removed from the case during the proceedings. The first was accused of making biased statements, the second fell ill, and the third was excused after being arrested for DUI.
Arias and defense attorney Jennifer Willmot.
Arias' defense team has been actively pursuing a mistrial for various reasons during the course of the trial.
Jodi Arias in a Phoenix courtroom on April 25, 2013. Arias could face the death penalty if found guilty.