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Cindy, Lee ordered to testify at hearing
"WRDQ, whose news is produced by sister station WFTV-Ch. 9, also reported that Lee Anthony has been ordered to testify at the hearing. "
-from the article.
Cindy Anthony ordered to appear in court
Cindy Anthony is scheduled to take the stand next week and answer questions about her daughter, Casey.
News 13 has confirmed Cindy has been subpoenaed to appear in court.
An upcoming hearing will address the now infamous 911 call where Cindy said Casey's car smells like death.
Now that Cindy has been subpoenaed, prosecutors could ask her about what she told the 911 operator.
It was nearly two years ago when Cindy made a frantic 911 call.
July 6, 2010 11:40 AM
Casey Anthony's Mother Ordered to Testify About 911 Calls
Florida prosecutors have filed a motion asking to use the 911 calls to show that Cindy Anthony had suspicions about her daughter's involvement in Caylee's disappearance, and that Cindy Anthony possibly believed that Caylee was dead.
Cindy Anthony Faces Questions About 911 Calls
UPDATED: 9:07 am EDT July 6, 2010
Video Report w/R. Hornsby: http://www.wesh.com/video/24154398/index.html
Casey's Mother, Brother Ordered To Testify
WFTV has learned that two members of the Anthony family have been subpoenaed to testify at a hearing in the case against Casey next week.
Both Casey's mother, Cindy, and her brother, Lee, were ordered to testify.
Lee and Cindy Anthony subpoenaed
Updated: Tuesday, 06 Jul 2010, 3:53 PM EDT
Published : Tuesday, 06 Jul 2010, 3:48 PM EDT
The mother and brother of accused murderer Casey Anthony have been subpoenaed to testify at a hearing next week. Both Cindy and Lee Anthony are expected to offer testimony on July 15 concerning 911 calls which Cindy Anthony placed two years earlier.
Casey Anthony team faces deadline for evidence inspection
Orange-Osceola Chief Judge Belvin Perry sets rules for evidence inspection in order released today.
By Anthony Colarossi, Orlando Sentinel - 3:21 p.m. EDT, July 6, 2010
Casey Anthony's defense team has until noon Thursday to reveal which items it wants to inspect next week with its experts, according to an order today from Orange-Osceola Chief Judge Belvin Perry.
Perry's order memorializes decisions he made from the bench during a hearing Friday in the first-degree murder case.
Criminal Docket Updated:
07/02/2010 Court Minutes
Emergency Motion to Appoint Special Magistrate During Inspection of Discovery w/ Expert Witnesses
07/06/2010 Order On Emergency Motion to Appoint Special Magistrate During Inspection of Discovery with Expert Witnesses
07/15/2010 Hearing (2:00 PM) (Judicial Officer Perry, Belvin, JR
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