Jodi Arias won't have conjugal visits in Arizona prison

While the jury continues deliberating the fate of convicted murderer Jodi Arias, two things are certain: she is going to prison and she won't have conjugal visits while there.

Conjugal visits are not allowed in Arizona prisons, and it appears that life in prison will be quite different from the picture Arias' seems to have imagined. As Jodi Arias will be housed in maximum security, her contact with other prisoners will be few and far between. In fact, it will take up to several years just for her to
Jodi Arias appears in court on May 22, 2013.
be allowed around other inmates.

If Arias is sentenced to death row, she will be spending hour upon hour by herself and her dreams of starting a prison book club will be dashed.

Arias would be sentenced to Perryville Prison where life will be greatly different than what she's experienced at the Estrella jail.

The jury continues to deliberate Arias' fate and at this point, she could be sentenced to the death penalty or life in prison with or without the possibility of parole.

The jury and Jodi Arias will return to the Maricopa County Superior Courthouse today at 1 p.m., ET.

What do you think is the best sentence for Jodi Arias?