After four months of detailed and sometimes graphic testimony, the final two witnesses are set to take the stand today for what could be the final day of testimony in the Jodi Arias murder trial.
Arias’ legal team is making a last ditch effort as the trial winds down to avoid conviction — or the death penalty — in the 2008 murder of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander.
Before closing arguments are set to begin Thursday, defense attorneys for Arias are expected to call Dr. Robert Geffner to the stand to rebut testimony from state expert Janeen DeMarte. DeMarte told the jury two weeks ago that Arias suffered from borderline personality disorder and rejected defense claims that she showed signs of being a victim of domestic abuse. DeMarte also axed the defense’s claim that Arias suffered from post traumatic stress disorder.