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EDT , March 26, 2013 A co-worker confided this week that she was thrilled to be able to listen to the Jodi Arias case again. "It's better than Casey Anthony," she said...I find the Arias trial repetitive, tiresome and long, oh so very long...Hearing
Late on Friday, January 25, 2013, shortly after the Florida Court of Appeals reversed two of her four convictions arising from her criminal trial, her petition was filed with the Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida in Tampa.
July 4, 2012 A year ago today, Casey Anthony was acquitted of murder in the death of her daughter, and two key players in that ultra-high-profile case are among three contenders set to square off in an August primary that will decide the Orange-
Dr. Jan Garavaglia says she wanted to be done with the Casey Anthony case. "I never wanted to think about that case again, but I keep getting asked about it," said the chief medical examiner of Orange and Osceola counties, who testified at the murder
The Record Prospective jurors in the upcoming trial of a Paterson man charged with murdering a National Guardsman from Woodland Park will be asked whether they followed the recent Casey Anthony trial and, if so, to share their thoughts about it.
Updated It didn't take long for public outrage at the July 5 acquittal of Casey Anthony in the death of her daughter Caylee to spur legislators in Florida and other states to roll out bills that would prohibit a problem they admit is rare: parents
The State Attorney's Office said it cost $141,362 to prosecute the Casey Anthony case. Prosecutors filed 281 pages of documents Thursday that detail case expenses ranging from experts' work, to airfare and hotel stays for witnesses, to transcription
One of Casey Anthony's defense lawyers says he's worried about her safety once she's released from jail after being acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter.Cheney Mason told the NBC's "Today" show Monday he doesn't know where Anthony
Casey Anthony, 25, is accused of killing her doe-eyed toddler and the murder trial is inescapable this summer: Inside the diner, the gym, the hair salon -- even the car wash -- TV screens are tuned in to the coverage and grabbing eyeballs. At Fields
and donate it to United Way -- in the event of any further breach of courtroom decorum. "I don't have a hearing problem -- as of yet," he said. "I can hear normal voices...He urged them to keep their editorial comments to themselves, not to interrupt