PHOENIX - When court resumes Tuesday, Jodi Arias' defense team is expected to present its case. A witness list has been revealed.
According to Nancy Grace with Good Morning America, Arias is on the defense list. That doesn't mean she'll testify but it's a possibility.
Also on the list:
Prosecutors rested their case after presenting a mountain of evidence against the woman accused of brutally murdering her lover.
Court is now in recess. Trial starts again January 29.
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