They were just wearing her down, basically.

She didn't want to make any statements (to police). Nothing was voluntary.

We're seeing doubt from the guilt phase of the trial trickle over to the penalty phase.

Many of the statements (appeared) to have been provided to her.

We've been taught how to present a unified defense, so that the guilt phase ties in to the penalty phase.

I never expected this case to get this kind of attention.

Jurors are realizing the death penalty doesn't accomplish anything because the public is protected by a life sentence.