Jodi Arias, Marissa Devault and the Baseline Killer are just a few of the many murder cases in Arizona that received national attention over the past decade.
Marissa Devault claims she killed her husband, Dale Harrell, in self-defense and told investigators that he had abused her in the past.
Allen Flores had loaned Marissa Suzanne Devault $294,000 over the course of their two-year relationship.
During Opening statements on Feb. 6, Deputy County Attorney Michelle Arino told jurors they'll see a lot of evidence proving Marissa Devault, 36, had money troubles in 2009 and took out insurance policies on her husband, one totaling $1 million. (02/06/2014)
"The evidence will establish that Marissa was the victim of domestic violence by Dale," Devault's attorney Alan Tavassoli said during opening statements. (02/06/2014)
See the evidence in the case and details of Marissa Devault's interview with police in the death of her husband, Dale Harrell.
The trial has begun for the Gilbert woman accused of killing her husband with a hammer while he was sleeping. Marissa Devault claims she killed Dale Harrell in self-defense.
A Gilbert woman awaiting trial in her husband's fatal hammer bludgeoning has filed a medical-malpractice lawsuit against Maricopa County Jail officials.
Five years ago, an Arizona woman was arrested on allegations that she fatally wounded her husband by bludgeoning him over the head with a hammer as he lay asleep in bed.
The trial of an Arizona woman accused of fatally beating her husband with a hammer while he was sleeping has ended for the day. (02/06/2014)
See a day-by-day account of the witnesses and developments in the Jodi Arias murder trial. Arias was convicted in May 2013 in the murder of her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander, at his Mesa home in 2008.
Jodi Ann Arias stands accused of shooting, stabbing and slitting the throat of her former boyfriend, Travis Alexander, in June 2008.