Is the tide changing for Casey? Just a day after a Child Welfare Report found her RESPONSIBLE for her daughter’s death, a judge has ruled she must return to her hometown to serve her 12 months probation.
Casey Anthony‘s lawyers had tried to argue she wouldn’t be safe in the city, where she was accused of murdering Caylee in 2008 — but they lost their bid and she has TWO WEEKS to come out of hiding!On August 12, Judge Belvin Perry — the same judge who presided over her murder trial — ordered Casey to report to the Florida Department of Corrections no later than noon August 26.
The probation, her punishment for check fraud charges, will be no walk in the park for Casey. The rules state she has to get a job, undergo drug tests, meet with probation officers every month and pay towards her supervision. In addition she’s banned from carrying a firearm, getting drunk or associating with criminals or drug users.
But is it enough, HollyMoms? And will she be safe in Orlando?
— Ian Garland
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