Long gap at start of cross ( 8:30 ), questions from Nurmi resume at 22:20.
23:50 Nurmi asks about call on June 2, 3:04 a.m. lasting 1,011 seconds = 16 mins 51 secs.
June 2, 3:21 a.m. another call, 2,450 seconds = 40 min 50 seconds.
27:20 Redirect. Exh. 362 shows two calls from Travis to Jodi, 14 calls from Jodi to Travis.
Log covers period May 15, 2008 to June 15, 2008. Log doesn’t cover text messages. Text messages were only kept for 3-5 days, log of texts kept for a year.
Citizen testified about calls made to Travis Alexander’s phone on the day he was killed.
Martinez focused on two of four calls Arias made to Alexander’s phone, with the knowledge that he was already dead.
At 11:37 p.m. Arias called Alexander, and left a voice message telling him she got lost on her road trip to Utah and drove 100 miles in the wrong direction and would tell him about that later.
Arias then invites Alexander out for a show, again knowing he is dead.
“When we were talking about your upcoming travels my way, I was looking at the May calendar…duh? So I’m all confused. But Heather and I are going to see Othello on July 1st, and we would love for you to accompany us.”
At 11:53 p.m. Arias calls again, this time the call lasted 16 minutes.
Citizen testified the maximum message that can be left on a Verizon phone is three to five minutes.
Citizen then testified the 16-minute call was someone accessing Alexander’s voice mail.
Mesa police Detective Larry Gladysh told jurors that police were able to trace the cell signal to a tower north of Kingman.
“The caller would have been about 27 miles south of the Nevada border,” he said.