Jodi Arias ex-boyfriend Darryl Brewer set to testify on her behalf in death penalty phase (videos)

Darryl Brewer may be Jodi Arias greatest supporter as he previously testified on her behalf and had nothing but positive things to say about her. Arias returns to the Maricopa Superior Courthouse on May 20, 2013, at 1 p.m. ET where she is expected to speak on her own behalf as the jury decides whether to sentence Arias to death or life in prison.

Darryl Brewer’s testimony from the Jodi Arias trial here (fast forward to 2:03:14)
Darryl Brewer met Arias in 2001 and the two later embarked upon a relationship. Arias served as a friend to Brewer's young child and they eventually bought a house together. The relationship deteriorated and Arias promptly engaged in a relationship with Travis Alexander.

At this point, many are asking if there is anything Jodi Arias can do to save her life. While Brewer seems to continue to think kindly about Jodi Arias, it seems she has done very little to endear herself to the jury.

Additionally, Arias went before cameras immediately following the reading of the verdict on May 8, 2013, and stated she wanted the death penalty. This statement has been called into question by those watching the trial as Arias could easily make her statements known and bypass the penalty phase entirely.

Do you think Jodi Arias will testify and beg for her life or will she tell the jurors she wants to die.

Moreover, will Jodi Arias be sorrowful for murdering Travis Alexander or will she still hold tight to her domestic abuse story and continue to play the role of victim?

Jodi Arias visited Darryl Brewer on June 3, 2008, the day before she murdered Travis Alexander. She also borrowed his gas cans before making the fatal journey.


Watch Travis Alexander's brother and sister read victim impact statements to the jury.