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    Quote Originally Posted by MADJGNLAW View Post
    I am not trying to be snarky, forgive me if I come across that way....
    The first thing that came to mind when I heard she fell was oh no, she either fell on purpose so that she didn't have to come to court since the Judge said she had to be present at all hearings or she fell to try and get some money.

    Now, that is just what I thought...it was said to be an accident and they do happen. From what I understand her medical and dental are covered, however a chipped tooth would be cosmetic and I would assume that she would try and sue to get the state to pay for that tooth. JMO though.
    Or Cindy ~Someone will get her the money to fix it, but I wonder if they have the type of instruments and facility to fix a chip tooth in jail? I thought they pull teeth and fill them..kind of like preventive care. I could be wrong though.
    Good luck to her-Most municipalities only pay out what? $1500, medical bills if they have to? Just my understanding from some anecdotes here in D.C....In other words, a lawsuit would not make her a rich lady.

    Today, I feel sorry for politicians that I can't stand-I feel badly for my sick neighbor even though I am certain she has a pair of binoculars and a dossier on the happenings of our neighborhood-I even feel sorry for one of those Hollywood twits that obviously has a ravaging addiction...But Casey? Somehow my heartstrings remained unpulled.
    I don't think a good chuckle at her expense is tantamount to the pillory, especially when many of us have chuckled at the same thing on America's Funniest Videos.
    She'll be all right, I hope, cause I want her in one healthy, dentally intact and mentally alert piece come trial-time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by strawberry View Post
    I just thought of a former coworker...she bit into an apple one day and broke off half her front tooth. If KC fell forward I'm thinking it's a front tooth. Half a tooth missing would make her look like quite the hillbilly (no offense to hillbillys). Maybe the defense will say it will hurt her case if she doesn't look her best a trial and try and get it fixed. Or maybe the county will fix it since they're charged with her care, custody and control (I remember that from the interview of the guard from the day Caylee was found.)
    Or they can just pull it like they would normally do for other inmates.

    She fell, it was an accident. Stuff happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drip~drop View Post
    Or they can just pull it like they would normally do for other inmates.

    She fell, it was an accident. Stuff happens.
    I don't believe chipping a tooth is treated by extraction.


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    A good friend of mine was incarcerated at Chowchilla Women's Correctional Facility in CA (prison) and when she was taken to the hospital to have her baby her family was allowed to visit in the room for limited periods and she was handcuffed to the hospital bed and there were two guards present.

    How is that different from KC going to get treatment? Seems like they would let a family member visit and attend to her for a brief period of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by USARDOG View Post
    I don't believe chipping a tooth is treated by extraction.
    It really depends on how major the chip is.

    You know...this is huge--because of all the things KC has loves/loved to show off--her TEETH rank way up there! If she's anything like my brother who chipped his tooth in junior high--we may never see her smile again. My brother became very self conscious about it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by USARDOG View Post
    I don't believe chipping a tooth is treated by extraction.
    Depends on if the root is affected-If the root is dead/busted, they will eventually replace the tooth with a crown, but that is not a one-day process, generally.

    Root canals are great fun, too.

    ETA-Keep forgetting she is in jail (duh)...will she even get a crown, or will they kill the root and then pull it for good, no replacement? Lord knows the ACLU will come along and claim she can't eat properly without a new toof.


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    Quote Originally Posted by suzihawk View Post
    A little OT but Conway said (again) on In Session this morning that CA and GA are 'UNABLE to visit KC in jail'. This just infuriates me each time they say that. They are perfectly ABLE to visit her but choose not to.



    BBM... Don't give the defense any ideas. They're already grasping at straws. Lord knows they don't need any more cockamamie ideas. LOL!

    Didn't KC remove her parents from her allowed visitors list way back around the time GA testified to the grand jury? If so that would mean that yes, as far as the jail is concerned they are not allowed to visit her. At least not until their names are put on the list by ICA.


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    Quote Originally Posted by affinity View Post
    It really depends on how major the chip is.

    You know...this is huge--because of all the things KC has loves/loved to show off--her TEETH rank way up there! If she's anything like my brother who chipped his tooth in junior high--we may never see her smile again. My brother became very self conscious about it.
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    It most likely was an accident and I'll bet all the attention made it feel lots better. I feel that because they failed to protect her that her tooth will be fixed good as new. I promise I tried not laugh at Drip Drops post.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnatcatcher View Post
    With all the concern over her being present at all hearings in order to effectively stop her from using the "I didn't know my attorney said that" during appeals, does this one missed hearing date, which seems legitimate as of today but I'll reserve judgment until I see what comes of it (and I have a right to be suspicious of anything these people do), have anybody concerned? Should we remember this date, be high on alert down the road? Was anything ruled on today of such consequence that it could snowball into an appeal concern?
    Pretty much everything ruled on today was stuff that had already been argued and ruled on by JS months ago. Even the item that might be raised on appeal, the sealing of the illegally obtained tape, was already heard and ruled on by JS in KC's presence prior. So really nothing new here. While JP is striving to insure (like JS before) that KC is making informed decisions about her defense and legal team, and the charges she is facing, he is also a stickler for moving things along. Missing a hearing or two due to legitimate injury or illness will probably not slow him down.


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    Quote Originally Posted by strawberry View Post
    I just thought of a former coworker...she bit into an apple one day and broke off half her front tooth. If KC fell forward I'm thinking it's a front tooth. Half a tooth missing would make her look like quite the hillbilly (no offense to hillbillys). Maybe the defense will say it will hurt her case if she doesn't look her best a trial and try and get it fixed. Or maybe the county will fix it since they're charged with her care, custody and control (I remember that from the interview of the guard from the day Caylee was found.)
    If the jail pays for cosmetic work for her, then I think each inmate there needs to line up and insist they receive comparable services - especially the 90 or so other inmates who are there charged with capital murder. I can agree that her tooth should be repaired, but nothing beyond that. Of course, the jail may go above and beyond since it happened while she was being directly supervised and in their care (not alone in her cell).

    Besides, this case is about CAYLEE and ensuring justice for HER ... not about maintaining KC's physical appearance. JMHO.
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    I work full time at a job that provides medical benefits but no dental. Sorry but the fact that KC could get a chipped tooth covered while sitting on her a$$ awaiting trial for the murder of her dauahgter really pisses me off..



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    Quote Originally Posted by USARDOG View Post
    I don't believe chipping a tooth is treated by extraction.
    Me either. Unless the root is involved. I don't know about jailhouse dental practices.

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    I dont blame the guards. I can imagine Casey was simply being over zealous, walking chin forward, nose up...and fell.

    "The only one I have pictures of, is my daughter. I wish she was going to be there Great. Iím going to make myself cry, if Iím not careful. HmmÖ I wonder what Iím missing for lunch. If Iím not careful, I may end up enjoying my absence today. At least I will miss one crappy meal."


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    Is there any definitive word on how the accident happend? I watched WFTV news at 5 pm and I swear I heard the reporter say it happened in the 'elevator'! I can't find any other reference to the elevator anywhere. Now, I am local and know that WFTV has a bad habit of mis-reporting things or getting them flat out wrong - so this particular version may never surface again So now I am wondering what actually happened and where did it happen.

    Did anyone else happen to catch WFTV news at 5 pm and hear the same thing I did or am I losing my mind? - wait don't answer that question, I don't want to know the answer to it
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