So let me get the basic stuff out of the way. I believe she is 100% guilty, that it was premeditated. I do believe she will be convicted and right now I lean toward her getting life in prison w/out parole. These are my opinions based on my intuition and common sense.
Now, the purpose of me writing this blog is because I do believe Jodi Arias will attempt suicide. Now, for those who are keeping up with he trial Jodi Aria claims she contemplated suicide a couple of times. I do believe she is telling the truth. However, I doubt she actually tried to go through with it. I think this was all in her head, a fantasy, a knowing and dwelling on it, the realization that "I could kill myself", which probably comforted her. Now, I believe that when she is convicted and especially after her appeals are exhausted, she will attempt suicide, for real this time. Now, if she actually receives the death penalty then I think that will most definitely send her off the edge and she will attempt to kill herself. I sense at least two attempts. The first attempt will not be as severe as the second attempt. I think she may survive both but the second attempt is a bit "iffy". It would all depend upon if she is discovered in time.
Also, if she is given the death penalty, which I'm not leaning towards, but if events do go down that path then one of her appeals will be very strong and may, repeat may, end up with a reversal, even perhaps a new trial. I say may because it's so far down the road on that path that I can't see beyond it, other than the emotion and "shock" associated with it.
Finally, I also sense that while in jail she has been writing her life story, as in a book that she believes when she is acquitted that she will get published. I also sense that Jodi Arias has always thought, until rather recently, that she will be either acquitted or it will be a mistrial/hung jury. However, on the last day of her testimony on the stand that is when I sense she has for the first time been so scared that she will be convicted.
Oh, and I sense that she is the type of liar that fully believes her lies. So when she claims it was self-defense and that she was a battered woman, she is not saying this stuff with the knowing in the back of her head that she is lying. She actually has convinced herself that it is true, even thought it's total lies.
Addendum: As I follow the trial I will post updates on if I think the jury will vote for death. I sense at the moment that the jury is conflicted, not as to her guilt, but as to whether or not they could give her the death penalty. I sense the majority of the jury could but I sense perhaps 4-5 jurors who are not willing to give her the death sentence.