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Taxpayers May Pay More Money For Kronk's Legal Fees
Posted: 10:35 am EDT June 29, 2009
Updated: 10:59 am EDT June 29, 2009
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- The case against Casey Anthony could cost taxpayers more money.
An Orange County meter reader, who found a child's remains that later turned out to be Caylee Anthony's body on December 11, is expected to ask the county for more money to pay his attorney fees.
The county has already given Kronk at least $10,000 for his legal expenses.
VIDEO REPORT: Taxpayers May Pay More Money
Kronk Seeking More Money For Anthony Case Fees
Legal Costs Could Rise To $15,000 For Orange County
POSTED: 3:42 pm EDT June 29, 2009
UPDATED: 4:39 pm EDT June 29, 2009
Orange County commissioners are expected on Tuesday to approve spending more taxpayer money for Roy Kronk's legal representation.
Commissioners are scheduled to decide on spending an additional $2,500 to pay the lawyer for the former meter reader who discovered Caylee Anthony's remains while on duty.
That brings the total now to $15,000 in taxpayer money paid to Kronk's lawyer since December. The item is on the consent agenda and should be approved without discussion.
Kronk has faced depositions about what he saw as well as requests from Anthony's defense attorneys for phone records.
Casey Anthony: Nancy Grace plans two programs on Cindy
posted by halboedeker on Jun 29, 2009 3:40:26 PM
Cindy Anthony is about to draw increased scrutiny from HLN's Nancy Grace.
Here's the program's title: "Nancy Grace Investigates: Raw & Uncensored Cindy Anthony Caught on Tape!"
The plan, for now, is a two-parter. You can catch Part 1 on Friday and Part 2 next Monday. Each part will show at 8 p.m. and repeat at 10 p.m. each night.
HLN is billing the program as "a special inside look at the mother of accused killer Casey Anthony." The program will draw on Cindy's angry deposition in Zenaida Gonzalez's defamation suit against Casey.
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