The live court session for Jodi Arias' first-degree murder trial will return on Thursday for the 2008 Arizona killing of Travis Alexander.
The trial can be watched via the free live stream below.
It has been revealed that Arias has gotten into more trouble since she was arrested for the gruesome murder of Alexander, her ex-lover. HLNTV obtained a discipline report written for Arias because the murder suspect had a jail fight with a cell mate on July 27, 2009. She was arrested at her grandparents home in Yreka, California on July 15, 2008.
According to the report, when the unidentified woman and Arias were both questioned after their physical altercation, the alleged murderer said she fought in an act of self-defense. The prison report states that Arias' cell mate pushed her against a wall and kicked her.
Maricopa County's Estrella Jail prison records revealed that Arias accrued several prison violations between May 2009 and May 2011 since she was put behind bars. The list includes the following:
In May 2009, pens were discovered under Arias' sink.
In January 2010, she was caught in possession of 19 unauthorized photos.
Arias disobeyed her instructor in one of her classes.
She was caught hiding pens in shampoo bottles and under the bed.
She was caught with several unauthorized treatments for her skin including acne, antifungal and anti-itch creams.
Arias- who stabbed Alexander over 27 times, slit his throat from ear to ear and shot him in the head- and her defense team has repeatedly claimed during her three-month trial that she killed her ex-lover as an act of self-defense.
Arias, 31, has been on trial since Jan. 4 for Alexander's murder. According to police, she lied twice at first about how he was killed and later admitted that she killed him in an act of self-defense. If she is convicted of the murder and the lies that she confessed to, she will likely face the death penalty and become the fourth woman in Arizona's history to die by lethal injection.
Defense witness Dr. Alyce LaViolette, a domestic violence expert, is expected to return to the witness stand on April 4.
Watch the free live stream of Arias' trial below on Thursday, April 4 at 12:30 p.m. EST.