Casey Anthony trial
The sentence of four consecutive years for lying to authorities was harsh, says attorney Raoul Felder and here’s why!
Everyone was on the edge of their seats waiting to see if Casey Anthony was going to walk out of the courtroom on July 7 a free woman but instead she’s headed back to jail. Judge Belvin Perry asserted his power as much as possible by sentencing Casey to one year in jail for each of the four counts of lying to police. HollyBaby.com spoke with legendary prosecutor and former Assistant US Attorney of New York Raoul Felder as to whether the judge’s ruling was too harsh.
At least, Judge Belvin Perry Jr. did what he could to punish you by keeping you behind bars for a couple more months.
It’s not exactly making you pay the price for the murder of your daughter. After all the jury admitted they didn’t have enough evidence to do that. But clearly the judge was as sick to his stomach about the verdict as the jurors, who admitted they couldn’t legally convict you.
The country is divided! If you’ve been following this intense trial, then VOTE below! Guilty or not?
The Casey Anthony murder trial is still shrouded in mystery over what really happened to her two-year-old daughter, Caylee. Since the trial first began in May, nearly 100 individuals have testified and more than 400 pieces of evidence have been presented to the jury.
Casey Anthony may have just caught a huge break in her trial for the 2008 murder of her 2-year-old-daughter, Caylee. Her mom Cindy has just negated evidence the prosecution previously used against Casey!
Cindy testified in the Orlando, FL court today that she was the one who searched for the word “chloroform” on the family’s computer, NOT Casey, even though work records show that Cindy was at her job at the time of the searches.
After all the evidence we’ve seen against Casey Anthony, this doesn’t come as a surprise — now it’s her defense team’s turn!
Casey Anthony‘s trial continued today and Judge Belvin Perry did NOT grant the accused mother an acquittal. The judge said the state had presented “substantial, competent evidence for this jury,” which means that the trial continues when the defense attorney present their case tomorrow, Jun. 16. Much like her demeanor throughout the rest of the trial, Casey showed no reaction.
As Casey’s first degree murder trial moves into its fourth week, prosecutors are wrapping up with compelling evidence.
When 2-year-old Caylee Anthony‘s skull was found in the woods near the Anthony family home, it had duct tape wrapped around it. The examiner initially found adhesive residue of a heart-shaped sticker on the outside of the tape — so what does it mean?
It’s been called garbage and human remains, but no one was sure. Now an expert on human decomposition weighs in on what really caused the ‘death’ smell in Casey’s car. Arpad Vass, a senior research scientist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, also known as the “Body Farm,” was called to the witness…
The testimony of Casey Anthony’s brother Lee in the murder of Caylee harms Casey’s defense!
Lee Anthony, Casey‘s older brother, took the stand today to corroborate his mother Cindy‘s story that she hadn’t seen her 2-year-old granddaughter Caylee in weeks, around the time of her disappearance — and when questioned about her whereabouts, Casey had merely given excuses.
Can you believe this? The chain of events in this case keeps sounding stranger and stranger!
The Orlando, FL court room heard yesterday that Casey Anthony, the young mom accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008, never wavered on her party-girl ways shortly following the girl’s disappearance. Do her actions say it all?
Those close to Casey claim she didn’t act worried in the days after Caylee went missing! Casey’s ex-boyfriend Anthony Lazzaro took the stand on May 25 and revealed the he noticed absolutely no change in his ex’s behavior following June 16, 2008, the day her defense claims Caylee drowned. Lazzaro’s roommates also testified, saying that…
Casey’s attorney, Jose Baez, is trying to get sympathy for the mom accused of murdering her 2-year-old. What do you think?
The death of Caylee Anthony, an innocent 2-year-old girl, remains a mystery while her mother, Casey, stands trial. The story broke in July 2008 when Casey finally reported her daughter missing an entire month after her disappearance.
This tragic story in the death of a toddler is taking a turn that no one saw coming.
The evidence against Casey Anthony has been pretty overwhelming since her 2008 arrest for the alleged murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. Her trial began Tuesday with a shocking claim from Casey’s defense attorney, Jose Baez, who argued that the little girl was never missing to begin with, but instead drowned accidentally in the family’s swimming pool.
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