Jodi Arias will be officially sentenced to life in prison Monday, and RadarOnline.com has a live steam of the proceedings, courtesy of WildAboutTrial.com.
The 34-year-old will be front-and-center in the court after the jury deadlocked in March over whether she should face the death penalty in the 2008 killing of boyfriend Travis Alexander.
Phoenix Judge Sherry Stephens could deem Arias -- who stabbed and shot and stabbed Alexander almost 30 times in the violent outburst -- eligible for release after serving 25 years of her sentence in Monday's hearing.
An Arizona jury voted 11-1 to sentence Arias to death last month, with one holdout who others said was sympathetic toward the convicted murderer.
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After she was found guilty during her initial trial in 2013, Arias said she'd "much rather die sooner than later," and didn't "want to spend the rest of her natural life in one place."
Alexander's relatives will be permitted to address in court in the sure-to-be emotional hearing.
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