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    2011.01.14 Hearing: Jury Selection Expected To Be Main Topic

    ORLANDO, Fla. -- The case against Casey Anthony heads back to court on Friday.

    Attorneys for both sides are expected to discuss the jury selection process at the hearing with Judge Belvin Perry. The hearing is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. WESH.com will provide live coverage.

    Link: http://www.wesh.com/caseyanthony/26484890/detail.html

    Mel

    ETA: ICA will not be in attendance.

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    Why is Casey permitted to miss a hearing on such an important subject? Excused or not, I would think she'd use any excuse to get out of that cell for a while. I guess it just goes to show she'd rather sit in the comfort of her little dorm room. I hope prison isn't so comfy for her.

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    I would love to see a pic of her jail cell

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    about 4 days ago I had a dream about what will happen right before trial and it woke my butt up in a sweat! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyvictoria View Post
    Why is Casey permitted to miss a hearing on such an important subject? Excused or not, I would think she'd use any excuse to get out of that cell for a while. I guess it just goes to show she'd rather sit in the comfort of her little dorm room. I hope prison isn't so comfy for her.
    I think this same thing every time she doesn't appear. Who wouldn't want to get out of that cell and see the real world? I guess that is what most normal people would think (and why we think that), so what gives? Maybe just a control thing.
    My opinion only, please keep it that way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffy Puppy View Post
    I think this same thing every time she doesn't appear. Who wouldn't want to get out of that cell and see the real world? I guess that is what most normal people would think (and why we think that), so what gives? Maybe just a control thing.
    I'm not sure, but I think it has something to do with Baez not wanting her there. At the beginning of this process he threw a fit about the inmate appearing in court and wanted her to skip all of the hearings. I would think that she would be anxious to escape her cell too, but maybe JB has convinced her that it's not in her best interest to appear in court. Might jeopardize her "acquittal" you know...

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    maybe one of the other defense attorney's will be with her in another room prepping her on how not to fidget, bug her eyes out, gaze into JB eyes, keep her shirts buttoned up, etc.

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    I wouldn't want to sit there and listen to err...ummm...errr... for hours either. I think I would prefer being in my cell to uummm...that. JMO and all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyvictoria View Post
    Why is Casey permitted to miss a hearing on such an important subject? Excused or not, I would think she'd use any excuse to get out of that cell for a while. I guess it just goes to show she'd rather sit in the comfort of her little dorm room. I hope prison isn't so comfy for her.
    She's made her cage her sanctuary...her comfort zone.

    If I were her, I wouldn't want to miss any of my court dates. Nope, not-a-one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nature Girl View Post
    I would love to see a pic of her jail cell
    Really. I'd love to see how she's decorated it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Searchfortruth View Post
    I'm not sure, but I think it has something to do with Baez not wanting her there. At the beginning of this process he threw a fit about the inmate appearing in court and wanted her to skip all of the hearings. I would think that she would be anxious to escape her cell too, but maybe JB has convinced her that it's not in her best interest to appear in court. Might jeopardize her "acquittal" you know...
    In earth words that means, he doesn't want her to see/hear the great job they are doing. She may actually catch on that this is NOT a good thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Searchfortruth View Post
    I'm not sure, but I think it has something to do with Baez not wanting her there. At the beginning of this process he threw a fit about the inmate appearing in court and wanted her to skip all of the hearings. I would think that she would be anxious to escape her cell too, but maybe JB has convinced her that it's not in her best interest to appear in court. Might jeopardize her "acquittal" you know...
    This makes sense to me. With her reactions in court at the sanctions hearing, she showed annoyance at the result (pursing her lips, shaking her head). She is buying what he is selling, that's for sure, it is "them against the world", imo.
    My opinion only, please keep it that way

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    I think Casey should have to be at every court proceeding. Every hearing is about her and what she is charged with. She needs to hear everything.

    Casey needs to hear the planning that is going into her trial. It is a murder trial. I want her to keep hearing the words 'Jury Selection' over and over. Jose Baez lulled her into a false sense of security with his antics, IMO. Everyone around her acted as if they were celebrities - her lawyer and her family all thought they were, and she did also. I do not think Baez ever made Casey understand that she could actually get the death penalty and it actually be carried out.

    Casey's jail cell has become her home. She has come to feel safe there. I think that her jail cell is her little nest and has become home. When the trial starts and she has to get up at 4:00 every morning and sit and listen to everyone in the courtroom talk about her and what she is accused of doing, she is going to lose it. She seems to not be able to bear hearing anything about Caylee having been brutally murdered by her. She needs to get accustomed to being at a court proceedings and real business being taken care of instead of Baez and Mason hem hawing around.

    When Casey is finally sitting on Death Row and not in a county jail, she will see just how many people are still interested in her. I will not be. I will be celebrating justice for Caylee and Casey's conviction.

    End of rant. Good morning, everyone!
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    If I killed my daughter, there's no way I'd *ever* want to leave that jail cell and feel the weight of public condemnation. Or have to see my mother. Or listen to the state's attorney. Or listen to *this* particular judge.

    Nope.

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    I think it was agreed that KC did not have to attend status hearings because usually these hearings are concerned with 'housekeeping matters' such as jury selection, time lines for depositions, etc. Unless the Judge allows it, she must attend all other hearings. I think the hearing about J Jordan's response to the subpoena request was scheduled at the last minute and it takes a lot of time to coordinate getting KC to the courthouse, etc. Judge Perry granted the defense's request to waive her presence for those reasons.
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