It is the first time she has been seen in public since being found not guilty of killing two-year-old daughter Caylee in 2011.
In a televised interview, Casey Anthony’s estranged parents shared their divided reactions to their daughter’s acquittal on felony charges related to granddaughter Caylee’s death.
If all Casey Anthony wanted to do was disappear, the paparazzi won’t let that happen. But the courts, for now at least, don’t want her back.
When Casey Anthony is released from jail, the 25-year-old may well find herself weighing as many offers as that of an A-list celebrity, which, in many ways, she now is.
Despite being found not guilty of murdering her two-year-old daughter, Casey Anthony must make at least one more appearance in court before her case is closed.
Throughout the duration of the trial, millions have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts about Casey Anthony’s culpability. Avid watchers of the case have become de facto jurors, and with the final decision handed down this …
After six weeks of testimony, dozens of witnesses and one full day of deliberation, 12 jurors found Casey Anthony not guilty of murdering Caylee, her 2-year-old daughter.
The seven women and five men charged with determining Casey Anthony’s fate have been sequestered since the trial began May 24. They have finally reached a verdict.
The state prosecutors capped off their testimony in a Fourth of July session in Orlando before sending the jurors off to determine a verdict.
At a grueling Sunday session in Orlando, the prosecution and defense offered up their (still unfinished) final statements, to be continued Monday.
An argument between the two sides in the Casey Anthony case over the testimony of experts has ground the trial to an “indefinite” halt.
When Judge Belvin Perry, Jr. asked defense lawyer Jose Baez if he had any more live witnesses, Baez said he did not. Perry asked if the defendant would testify, and he said she would not. Perry asked Casey Anthony directly if she …