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Arias trial memorabilia finds market on eBay

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One week from now, the Jodi Arias murder trial should be in the hands of the jury. Even though the trial has lasted four months now, the interest in it is still high with a lot of people across the country.

And there are some unusual Arias memorabilia selling on eBay, and it's not just Jodi's art that's selling across the country.

Check out at some of the sketches on eBay featuring players in the trial.

This one is titled Rock Star Prosecutor and depicts Juan Martinez with musical instruments and lights. It sold for $10.

Remember psychologist Alyce LaViolette?

She said Snow White was a battered woman, and this picture of both of them was next on the price scale, selling for $11.38.

A copy of the Phoenix New Times featuring Jodi on the cover went for $12.99, and the New Times is free -- someone made a good profit there.

Want to flex your own creative muscles? Why not pick up the HLN coloring book, complete with pages featuring Nancy Grace and Dr. Drew. It comes with crayons and sold for $15.99.

Defense attorney Jennifer Willmott was the subject of this sketch that fetched $33.77 on eBay.

One of the more obscure characters in this legal drama took the top spot of the sold art we saw – a sketch of prosecution rebuttal psychologist Janeen DeMarte sketch sold for $61.

The trail resumes on Wednesday with closing statements scheduled for Thursday and Friday.

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