Judge Sherry Stephens had individually questioned some of the jurors, including the holdout, who said she wasn't socializing at lunch with other jurors in an effort to be impartial.
said the holdout had disclosed, before being picked as a juror, that she
had seen the Lifetime movie about the Arias case, but never watched it all the way through.
The judge said the holdout juror didn't commit misconduct because she
clearly disclosed that she
had seen the movie.
The judge also refused a request by prosecutors to remove the holdout from the jury because she
had liked on her
Facebook page another film that Arias found influential.