Freedom is coming later for Casey Anthony! The Orange County Corrections Department announced that she will be released from jail on Sunday, July 17, instead of Wednesday, July 13.
Casey Anthony was sentenced to four years in prison and $4000 in fines for her conviction of four misdemeanor counts of providing false information to police. But although her attorney Jose Baez said the 25-year-old would be released from jail on Wednesday, July 13, an updated statement from the Orange County Corrections Department says the date has been adjusted to Sunday, July 17. Are you happy Casey is spending more time behind bars?
The 25-year-old may be free within days or weeks, once the Judge has decided what credit to give her for ‘time served’.
Judge Belvin Perry handed Casey Anthony the maximum sentence of four year-long sentences for the four counts of lying to law enforcement officials, to be served consecutively. But he conceded she could be free ‘by August, maybe late July.”
Cristian Fernandez could become America’s youngest ever ‘lifer’ after being charged as an adult over the murder of his two-year-old brother. But is he too young?
Cristian Fernandez of Jacksonville, Florida is alleged to have beat his 2-year-old brother David Galarriago to death in March and now faces life in prison. Prosecutors decided to charge Cristian as an adult rather than a minor due to his violent history and behavior. But is he too young to be facing a life sentence or does he deserve this kind of punishment?
The man who abducted Elizabeth when she was 14, held her hostage and sexually abused her for nine grueling months has finally received his sentence — he will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Elizabeth Smart, now 23, and her parents Mary Katherine and Ed Smart witnessed the sentencing in a Salt Like City courtroom on Wednesday, May 25, where the judge announced that her kidnapper Brian David Mitchell would be incarcerated in federal prison for the rest of his life. The man who made her world a living nightmare will finally get the punishment he deserves.