Day two of deliberation in the Jodi Arias trial has people from all over the world waiting in anticipation. While fans wait for a verdict, a parking garage across the street from the Maricopa County Court House is raking in the cash.
"We have been getting packed. It doesn't stop. People are staying later, coming in earlier," said Ben Cosman, 1st Avenue Parking Garage Manager.
Cosman noticed the increase in parking tickets sold as soon as the Arias trial went underway, but the number of people from out of town using his parking garage is way up from the usual.
"The other day I met someone who drove from Washington for this. I don't really understand the hype, but I'm not complaining because it's been great for our business," said Cosman.
Cosman's garage has 450 spots available for parking, but with the Arias trial directly across the street, he's seen his garage close to capacity multiple times a week.
On top of all the hustle and bustle from Arias trial fans, Cosman is swamped with network media cameras and equipment surrounding his garage.
"It's not bad. I guess it just means I can go to you and any other news station out here and ask what's going on. There's no need for a TV. I have it all happening right here in front of me," said Cosman.