Jurors in the Jodi Arias trial are providing insight into why they couldn't reach a decision in the sentencing phase of the case.
Last week the jury announced that they were deadlocked - unsure of whether Arias should be sentenced to death for murdering her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander.
Marilou Allen-Coogan, a juror in the Jodi Arias murder trial, spoke with CNN's Anderson Cooper, saying she didn't believe what Arias had to say.
Allen-Coogan said she didn't see any remorse from Arias about the murder.
She says the jurors feel like they let Travis' family down.
A retrial for the penalty phase in the Jodi Arias case will begin on July 18th.