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    2010.03.19 - 21 Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE ***

    Criminal Murder Docket Updated!

    Events & Orders of the Court
    03/18/2010---Court Minutes---Motion for Determination of Indigency for Costs

    03/18/2010---Notice of Appearance

    03/18/2010---Notice of Provision of Supplemental Discovery
     
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    *Didn't get posted yesterday!
    Video: Casey Anthony defense, We rsquo ve spent her 275K and need public to pay the rest 4:30
    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/vide...pent-her-275K-and-need-public-to-pay-the-rest

    Video: Casey Anthony received $200,000 from ABC 3:25
    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/vide.../News/Casey-Anthony-received-200-000-from-ABC

    Video: Attorney Cheney Mason answers questions after Casey Anthony hearing 2:27
    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/vide...answers-questions-after-Casey-Anthony-hearing

    Video: Attorney Jose Baez is questioned after Casey Anthony hearing 1:52
    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/vide...aez-is-questioned-after-Casey-Anthony-hearing

    Video: Attorney Brad Conway answers questions about claims against George Anthony 1:34
    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/vide...ons-about-claims-against-George-Anthony-nbsp-
     
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    UPDATED: Woman In Alleged Anthony Affair Reveals Details
    Krystal Holloway's Statements To Be Released Soon

    POSTED: Friday, March 19, 2010
    UPDATED: 1:05 am EDT March 19,2010
    <snipped>
    A woman who claims George Anthony confided in her about how Caylee Anthony died revealed details of her story to Local 6 News' Tony Pipitone.

    In her only one-on-one interview, Krystal Holloway said that the statements she gave to investigators -- which are about to be released -- are true.

    Holloway also goes by an alias, River Cruz, which she said she adopted when she left a violent boyfriend behind in New York 13 years ago.

    "I am not a gold digger," she told Pipitone. "(I) don't want to make any money off of this. I feel bad that little girl is dead."

    Krystal Holloway said she told detectives last month that George Anthony told her that he thought Caylee had died in accident.

    "I turned around and I almost started to cry," she said. "And I turned my head and he grabbed my hands, and he said, 'It was an accident that snowballed out of control.'"

    She said the Enquirer offered her up to $7,000 for her story, but she turned it down.


    VIDEO: Twins Who Claim Affair Have Arrest Records 2:30
    There is more information being learned about the backgrounds of the two sisters who have gone to the tabloid media to claim one had an affair with George Anthony.
    http://www.clickorlando.com/video/22872965/index.html

    Article:
    http://www.clickorlando.com/news/22884527/detail.html
     
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    UPDATED: Anthony's Letters To Inmate May Not Be Released
    Anthony Defense May Fight To Keep Letters Private

    POSTED: 1:22 pm EDT March 18, 2010
    UPDATED: 12:31 am EDT March 19, 2010
    <snipped>
    A delay in the disclosure of statements that Casey Anthony made to another inmate has ended, but WESH has learned that Anthony's defense may fight the release of letters she wrote in jail.

    Judge Stan Strickland gave the state 30 days to investigate the relevancy of claims made by another inmate in the case against Casey Anthony.

    The 30-day delay ended the same morning of Anthony's indigency hearing.

    Communications between Anthony and other inmates have been handed over to Anthony's defense team for a 15-day review.

    A source who has read the letters told WESH 2 that the communications do contain some "bombshell" information.

    After the Anthony defense attorneys review the communications, they may fight to keep them from being released to the public.

    A jail spokesman said if any communication was allowed between Anthony and another inmate, it would be a violation of jail policy. Anthony's custody status forbids her from having any contact with other inmates.


    Video: Defense May Fight Release Of Casey&#8217;s Letters 2:13
    A delay in the disclosure of statements that Casey Anthony made to another inmate has ended, but WESH has learned t...
    http://www.wesh.com/video/22881011/index.html

    Video: Anthony's Letters To Inmate May Not Be Released 2:13
    http://www.wesh.com/video/22881011/index.html

    MOTION: In Camera Sealed To Dealy Disclosure
    http://www.wesh.com/download/2010/0318/22877939.pdf

    Article:
    http://www.wesh.com/news/22878005/detail.html
     
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    Casey's Jailhouse Letters Could Hurt Defense
    Posted: 6:05 am EDT March 19,2010
    Updated: 11:01 am EDT March 19,2010
    <snipped>
    An Orange County judge could finally make a decision Friday on whether or not taxpayers will pay for Casey Anthony's defense. Her attorneys have been ordered to hand over a detailed list of how the defense team has spent its money.

    The deadline comes as more information comes out about two inmates Casey befriended while in jail. Sources tell Eyewitness News that Casey may have written as many as 50 letters to one of them. Eyewitness News has also learned that those letters were illegally passed between inmates by a corrections officer.

    Eyewitness News broke the story Thursday when a new document revealed an investigation involving two other inmates and one corrections officer. They say she wrote at least 50 letters to an inmate, possibly a woman named Robyn Adams, who was also incarcerated in the Orange County jail. Adams is in now federal prison for her participation in the drug trade.

    The letters could be released in 15 days if Casey's law team does not fight it.

    A corrections officer is being investigated, because she allegedly facilitated the friendship by passing the letters along. The jail said it cannot confirm that assertion, but if the investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement turns up enough evidence to warrant an internal investigation it will conduct one.

    "Also significant, because it's not a matter of jailhouse snitch coming forward to say that she allegedly said something to them. These letters are in her own handwriting," WFTV legal analyst Bill Sheaffer said.


    VIDEO REPORT: Jailhouse Letters Could Hurt Casey's Defense 2:04
    http://www.wftv.com/video/22886477/index.html

    Article:
    http://www.wftv.com/news/22885722/detail.html
     
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    Casey Anthony spends another birthday behind bars
    Casey Anthony turns 24 today.

    4:51 a.m. EST, March 19, 2010
    <snipped>
    Anthony, who turns 24, will usher in the day at the Orange County Jail with a meal of oatmeal, a sausage patty, cheese and bread.

    At lunch, she'll feast on Spanish rice with meat, carrots, bread and cookie or cake.

    She'll round out the day with scalloped potatoes, turkey-ham, peas, bread and fruit.

    George and Cindy Anthony have been contributing to their daughter's inmate account, jail records show.

    They deposited $100 in her jail account on March 8. George Anthony also made a $50 deposit in her account on March 2.

    Casey Anthony has spent the funds on mostly food and beverages, including bottled water, Skittles, hot cocoa, hot peanuts and flour tortillas, records show.

    On Thursday, Anthony also ordered shampoo, conditioner, pens and deodorant.


    Article:
    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news...nthony-birthday-jail-20100319,0,2342027.story
     
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    New Casey Attorney: &#8216;$275K Isn&#8217;t Much For Death Penalty Defense&#8217;
    Friday, March 19, 2010 7:45:35 AM
    <snipped>
    A new attorney is now on Casey Anthony's team. But he said his client is flat broke, and that&#8217;s why they said they need the public to pay the rest of her court fees.

    Before a decision is made, Judge Stan Strickland wants to see where every dollar up until this point has been spent.

    "It goes without saying everything the defense has done in this case has always been 100 percent honest," said Jose Baez, one of Anthony&#8217;s attorneys.

    The defense will show all paperwork to be looked at behind closed doors.

    Cheney said handling a case like this is the highest calling the legal profession has.


    Article:
    http://www.cfnews13.com/News/Local/2010/3/18/is_casey_broke.html
     
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    http://www.wftv.com/news/22891038/detail.html

    ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- A judge ruled Friday that Casey Anthony is indigent. This means that taxpayers will front the cost for some of her defense on the first-degree murder charge she's facing.

    “The Court has made a thorough review of all items submitted including the cost ledger of Defense Counsel and is satisfied that the Defendant has met all of the Statutory standards,” Judge Stan Strickland wrote in the order issued late Friday.

    While this means things like paper work, experts and interviews could be paid by tax dollars, the cost of her lawyers is not covered. At this point, her defense team appears to be working free of charge
     
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    Casey Anthony's Letters Prompt Investigation
    Investigation Could Result In Disciplinary Action

    POSTED: 3:37 pm EDT March 19, 2010
    UPDATED: 4:13 pm EDT March 19, 2010

    ORLANDO, Fla. --
    An Orange County corrections officer face disciplinary action for shuffling secret notes between Casey Anthony and another inmate.

    Anthony allegedly wrote 50 letters to another inmate that amounted to more than 250 pages in her own handwriting.

    A representative for the Orange County Department of Corrections said the letters were a a violation of security protocol. Any corrections officer who facilitated the correspondence could face punishment, as well as Anthony herself.

    Prosectors alleged Anthony was somehow able to exchange the letters with Robyn Adam, who is being referred to by Anthony's defense team as a "jailhouse snitch." According to court documents there are 258 pages believed to be handwritten by Anthony.


    more here

    http://www.wesh.com/news/22890783/detail.html
     
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    Casey Anthony: ABC paid $200,000 to Casey Anthony and gained what?
    20/20, ABC, Caylee and Casey Anthony, Jose Baez &#8212; posted by halboedeker on March, 19 2010 4:38 PM


    http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/en...y-anthony-and-gained-what.html/comment-page-1

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    The money paid to Anthony, long rumored and confirmed by Anthony attorney Jose Baez in court Thursday, was &#8220;absurd and troubling,&#8221; said one insider.

    &#8220;This is a problem,&#8221; the network insider added. &#8220;The amount taints it. It is a standard practice, but when it goes to that stratosphere, you&#8217;ve jumped off a cliff. We don&#8217;t want to jump off that cliff with you. The thing we&#8217;ll have to fight is other people saying, &#8216;ABC played Casey Anthony $200,000.&#8217; &#8221;
     
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    State will help pay Casey Anthony's defense, judge orders
    By Emanuella Grinberg and Jean Casarez, CNN/InSession
    March 19, 2010 5:32 p.m. EDT


    http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/03/19/casey.anthony.indigency/?hpt=T2

    snipped:
    The state of Florida must fund some of Casey Anthony's defense in her first-degree murder trial for the death of daughter Caylee, a judge ruled Friday.

    "All costs submitted shall be in compliance with the Ninth Judicial Circuit's caps and rates and are subject to further review," Circuit Court Judge Stan Strickland said in a order issued Friday.
     
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    http://www.wftv.com/news/22891930/detail.html

    The jail's policy places the blame on jail guards for this kind of thing if they were involved, so Casey might not face any repercussions.

    Jail guard Silva Hernandez might, though. This happened about a year ago and Hernandez had already been transferred from Casey's building before this came to light.
     
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    http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=124913007&sc=emaf

    'Unethical'

    Reaction in journalism circles Friday was swift and unforgiving.

    "I regard it as a totally unethical journalistic practice to pay people for access that way," former NBC News President Lawrence K. Grossman said.

    "This is the worst example of what has become a common practice," former ABC News anchor Aaron Brown, the Walter Cronkite professor of journalism at Arizona State University, said by e-mail. "Even if you are OK with skirting the ethical edges some of the time by buying pictures from principals, this seems way over that line."

    All the major networks' news divisions have rules against paying people for interviews. Yet many of them bend those rules as they chase big stories. For example, NBC News recently flew a man back from Brazil with his son on the jet of its corporate owner after an international custody battle. He soon appeared on NBC's Today show.

    But Anthony's $200,000 payout was remarkably large and undisclosed to viewers. Several ABC News staffers speaking to NPR on condition of anonymity said they were just as appalled as journalists outside the network.
     
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    Judge: Anthony can use public money
    Updated: Friday, 19 Mar 2010, 4:49 PM EDT
    Published : Friday, 19 Mar 2010, 4:37 PM EDT
    <snipped>
    A judge has ruled that Casey Anthony is indigent and can use public money to pay for part of her defense against charges that she murdered her 2-year-old daughter.

    Circuit Judge Stan Strickland issued the ruling Friday, a day after her attorney disclosed that ABC had paid the Florida mother and her relatives $200,000 for exclusive use of family photos and videos.

    In his ruling, the judge said all costs for the defense will be submitted to the court to make sure they comply with rates and caps on spending.


    Article:
    http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpp/news/anthony_case/031910-Anthony-can-use-public-money
     
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    Judge: Public must pay court costs for Casey Anthony
    6:26 p.m. EDT, March 19, 2010
    <snipped>
    An Orange County judge on Friday gave Casey Anthony an unusual birthday present: He declared her indigent.

    Anthony, who turned 24 on Friday, had asked for the declaration, saying she no longer has money to defend herself against a first-degree murder charge.

    In a one-page order, Strickland, wrote that he has reviewed Anthony's financial paperwork and concluded that she truly is indigent, meaning she cannot pay the costs associated with her defense.

    The assistance she will now receive is something for which most felony defendants qualify. Seldom, though, does it go to defendants who have hired their own attorneys.

    *Much more at link!

    Article:
    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news...s-casey-anthony-poor-20100319,0,7245922.story
     
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    JUDGE'S ORDER: Strickland Grants Indigence Status
    http://www.wftv.com/pdf/22891058/detail.html

    VIDEO REPORT: Taxpayers Saddled With Cost Of Casey's Defense
    http://www.wftv.com/video/22892463/index.html

    *Added for everyone's quick reference
    'SECRET' LETTERS: Motion Unsealed
    http://www.wftv.com/pdf/22876651/detail.html

    'SECRET' LETTERS: Read Motion
    http://www.wftv.com/pdf/22876634/detail.html

    INDIGENCY HEARING: Part 1
    http://www.wftv.com/video/22876686/index.html

    INDIGENCY HEARING: Part 2
    http://www.wftv.com/video/22877854/index.html

    INDIGENCY HEARING: Part 3
    http://www.wftv.com/video/22877968/index.html

    BILL SHEAFFER: Talks About Casey's Thursday Hearing
    WFTV legal analyst Bill Sheaffer talked about Casey Anthony's hearing Thursday. (03/18/10)
    http://www.wftv.com/video/22880272/index.html

    INTERVIEW: Casey's New Attorney
    http://www.wftv.com/video/22878634/index.html

    INTERVIEW: Jose Baez
    http://www.wftv.com/video/22878495/index.html
     
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