PHOENIX, Ariz. -- The Jodi Arias jury returns to court today for Day 3 of deliberations in her capital murder trial.
The eight-man, four-woman panel, concluded their first full day of deliberations at about 4:30 p.m. Monday.
Arias is accused of stabbing 30-year-old Travis Alexander nearly 30 times, shooting him in the head and cutting his throat from ear to ear in his Mesa home on June 4 , 2008.
The jury heard four months of testimony and closing arguments in the case. Deliberations began Friday and will continue weekdays, from noon to 7:30 p.m. Eastern time. There will be no weekend deliberations.
Deliberations resume at 1 p.m. Eastern time this morning. No reason has been given for the late start.
Arias, 32, faces the possibility of the death penalty if convicted.
TUESDAY'S LIVE BLOG:
05/07/2013 7:43 PM EDT
No Verdict Today
The Huffington Post's David Lohr reports that the jurors are leaving, and there will be no verdict today.
The jurors look "beat," Lohr says.
Deliberations will resume tomorrow at 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
05/07/2013 7:31 PM EDT
David Lohr of The Huffington Post reports that jurors have deliberated more than 13 hours in total so far.
05/07/2013 6:45 PM EDT
Outside The Courthouse
05/07/2013 6:26 PM EDT
HuffPost's David Lohr reports that the break is over and jury deliberation has resumed.
05/07/2013 6:16 PM EDT
Jurors On Break
The Huffington Post's David Lohr reports that 5 jurors -- apparently on a break -- have left the jury room, escorted by a deputy.
05/07/2013 5:50 PM EDT
Two Hours Left
The Huffington Post's David Lohr reports that there are two hours of jury deliberations left in the day, and the jury has not yet made a peep.
05/07/2013 5:36 PM EDT
Jane Velez-Mitchell and David Lohr
Television journalist Jane Velez-Mitchell (L) and HuffPost Crime's David Lohr.
05/07/2013 5:30 PM EDT
Television journalist and author Jane Velez-Mitchell on courthouse steps.
05/07/2013 4:45 PM EDT
Justice For Travis
05/07/2013 4:23 PM EDT
Quilt of Love
Outside the courthouse, Cathy Brown of Phoenix told HuffPost's David Lohr: "I'm here to support families on both sides. I went into the courtroom twice to listen to testimony. God bless those jurors cause that went on for a long, long time."
"I think they'll have a verdict today. Honestly I think she'll get life without parole."
Earlier in the trial, Brown caused a bit of a dustup in the courtroom when prosecutor Juan Martinez signed her cane and posed for a picture. The defense thought that Martinez might have improperly influenced the jury. The judge ruled otherwise.