Many true crime fans have heard the name Jodi Arias mentioned over the years following her 2013 murder trial that surrounded the death of her one-time boyfriend Travis Alexander in 2008. Thanks to reentered interest in the case due to a new Lifetime special called "Jodi Arias: Cellmate Secrets," premiering on Aug. 8 at 10 p.m., some may now be wondering where Arias is in 2020.

Following her trial, where she was found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole, she was sent to fulfill her punishment at the Perryville Prison in Arizona. Since reporting to the facility, new information over the years has revealed various aspects of her life behind bars. Not only have reports emerged that highlighted how she celebrated Christmas at the prison, but others stated that she continued to receive visits from her boyfriend, Benjamin Ernst.

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However, in 2019, an unexpected development also presented the possibility that her conviction would be overturned and she would be granted a new trial. The decision to potentially give the convicted killer new court dates followed misconduct allegations surrounding Maricopa County prosecutor Juan Martinez, including providing false testimony during an investigation and making unwanted sexual comments to a Maricopa County employee.

Oral arguments were made inside Courtroom 2 at the Arizona State Courts Building on Oct. 17. At that time, both the prosecution and the defense were each given 30 minutes to make their case and answer any questions from the judge. However, her first-degree murder conviction was ultimately upheld, reports NBC News

In the subsequent years following her conviction, those who knew both Arias and Alexander have also given new insight about the case in a variety of interviews. In a 2019 REELZ special titled "Jodi Arias: The Friends Speak," Alexander's friends revealed that they had previously warned him about her. Additionally, the "fatal attraction" that the two shared was also discussed in an episode of "The Dr. Oz Show."