PHOENIX - Three members of the jury who sat through months of graphic and detailed testimony in the Jodi Arias trial are speaking out about what it was like in the deliberation room.
Diane Schwartz, Kevin Spellman and Marilou Allen-Coogan spoke exclusively with ABC's "Good Morning America" Sunday morning and called the sentencing phase of the trial "gut-wrenching."
Jodi Arias was convicted of murdering her then-boyfriend Travis Alexander in his Mesa apartment.
During the sentencing phase, jurors were unable to decide if Arias should be sentenced to life or death.
The judge declared a mistrial and a new jury will have to be chosen.
"It was a very trying experience," said Spellman, also known as Juror No. 13. "How do you weigh a person's life?", she told ABC News.
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