Since being found guilty of murdering Travis Alexander in 2008, Jodi Arias has been serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole at Perryville Prison in Arizona. Over the years that have followed since her 2015 sentencing, Arias' life in confinement has involved getting visits from her new boyfriend Benjamin Ernst. However, the Court of Appeals, Division One announced that on Oct. 17 a new hearing is scheduled where oral arguments will be held and live streamed.

According to KTAR News, the court proceedings are set to begin at 10 a.m. inside Courtroom 2 at the Arizona State Courts Building. The oral arguments that are set to take place will give the legal teams on both sides the opportunity to "dispute particular points of law that they have submitted to the court."

During this time, judges will also be able to ask any questions they may have surrounding the case. Arias herself will not be present for these arguments, nor will the court be hearing new evidence or witness testimony.

This would not be the first time that those involved in the Arias case have reappeared lately. Juan Martinez, the prosecutor in the high-profile murder case, has recently faced ethics charges himself. However, some of those were dismissed as of late, with a follow-up hearing set to take place sometime later this year.

As for the ultimate decision following Oct. 17, it is said that the court will post the verdict at a later unspecified time on their website. Those who are interested in a live stream of the hearing can watch via YouTube or listen to the audio version beginning on Oct. 18  through the Arizona Court of Appeals website.