Prosecutors are trying to convince the jury that Alexander never looked at child porn or abused women in his life.
It was an interesting day as the trial begins to wind down.
On the stand, Monday was Vernon Parker, a Mormon Bishop, who Travis Alexander lived with for a time before he met Jodi Arias.
Parker testified that he never saw Travis viewing child porn as Jodi claimed he did, and never beat a former girlfriend as the defense claimed.
The defense cross-examined Parker and asked if someone who had unmarried sex, and committed various sexual acts was a sinner.
The move meant to harm Alexander's image as an upstanding member of the Mormon church.
The defense has already rested its case, and we may be nearing the end of this trial.
Once the jury gets the case, it will decide if Arias gets the death penalty or life in prison for murdering Travis Alexander.
Court is scheduled to resume Tuesday.
FOX 10's Troy Hayden and Steve Krafft will be tweeting from the courtroom. Follow them at @TroyHaydenFOX10and @SKrafftFOX10
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