Jodi Arias Prosecutor Reprimanded For Ethics Violations

By Mike LaSusa (May 1, 2020, 10:14 PM EDT) -- A former Arizona county prosecutor who oversaw the high-profile murder case against Jodi Arias has been officially reprimanded for breaking ethics rules in three other cases, partially reversing a disciplinary panel's determination that the prosecutor had toed the line, but hadn't crossed it.

The Arizona Supreme Court doled out the reprimand on Thursday to Juan Martinez, a former deputy prosecutor in Maricopa County who garnered national attention during the media frenzy around the murder trial against Arias, who was accused of killing her boyfriend in the shower of his Mesa home in 2008. Martinez also has to pay the costs of...

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