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2010.07.14 - Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE ***
Daralene Jones, a reporter live for WFTV has just tweeted:
July 14 - 6:23
Reportn live @ the ORCO Sheriff's Office this am. Casey Anthony's defense will return w/forensic expert Dr. Henry Lee 2 look at evidence.
WDBO Local News
By Brittny Krause @ July 14, 2010 5:47 AM
On Tuesday, Casey's other defense attorney seemed annoyed and angry when a Channel 9 Eyewitness News reporter started asking questions about the examination of the evidence in the Casey Anthony case.
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Defense Attorneys, Experts Continue Examining Evidence
Updated: 4:03 pm EDT July 14, 2010
It is unknown exactly what evidence they are looking over, and when WFTV asked Casey's attorney Jose Baez to clarify he said they do not have to share that information.
"Why don't you want the media to know what you're looking at?" asked WFTV reporter Kathi Belich.
"This is a case. You don't bring the media into cases, it just doesn't work that way," replied Baez.[/
Video Report: http://www.wftv.com/video/24253651/index.html
Baez Interview: http://www.wftv.com/video/24257896/index.html
Bill Scheaffer Analysis: http://www.wftv.com/video/24258987/index.html
Richard Hornsby's Response to portions of CM's recent defense motion.
"From One Talking Head Lawyer…
Jul 13th, 2010 by Richard Hornsby.
to a former Talking Head Lawyer and a wannabe Talking Head Lawyer.... "
Credit & thanks to Jomo who posted it on the Evidence List Inspection thread.
911 calls could be admitted into Casey Anthony murder trial
Posted: 11:12 AM ET
The hearing comes two years after two-year-old Caylee Anthony was reported missing on July 15, 2008. Casey Anthony’s family had not seen Anthony or her daughter since June 16, 2008. When Cindy Anthony found her daughter a month later, Caylee wasn't with her. Cindy Anthony threatened to call the police, hoping the threat would force Casey Anthony to describe where her daughter was. After two calls were placed to the police, Casey Anthony admitted to her brother that she hadn't seen Caylee in 31 days and that she believed her daughter was with the nanny, Zenaida Gonzalez.
Experts Examine Casey Anthony's Car
Defense Fights Release Of Evidence List
A team of experts for the defense examined Casey Anthony's car on Wednesda,y, a crucial piece of evidence in the first-degree murder case against her.
Anthony evidence inspection day 2
“There are a lot of things there that we don't need to see. And sometimes what will happen is we'll see one item and say OK lets go look at this item now and see how it relates to that item,” Baez said.
Judge Perry has been on speed dial the past two days, just in case any issues arise between the defense experts and the state or the number of sheriff's investigators there. Baez said they haven't needed to call him, everyone has acted very professionally so far.
Casey Anthony: Cindy is ready to testify, attorney tells WESH
Cindy Anthony will testify about her 911 calls at the hearing, and her son, Lee, will testify, too. Casey Anthony, Cindy’s daughter and Lee’s sister, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of her daughter, Caylee.
On the noon news today, WESH-Ch. 2’s Bob Kealing said he had talked to Cindy’s attorney, Brad Conway. “He tells me ‘Cindy is doing well and she is ready to testify,’ ” Kealing said.
Anthony Defense Team Finishes Survey Of Evidence
Anthony defense attorney Cheney Mason said the team finished looking over evidence just after 1 p.m. on Wednesday.
Baez Interview: http://www.wesh.com/video/24253967/index.html
Video Story: http://www.wesh.com/video/24256968/index.html
Casey evidence inspection wraps up
Lead attorney Jose Baez says they found things other investigators missed.
"Without giving away any details, they are obviously plenty of things that you can see that you can't see in a photograph," Baez said.
The defense is allowed to test the evidence they've inspected, Baez said that is most likely what will happen.
Expert witnesses for Casey Anthony look at trunk, trash
Few details are released
The trunk of Casey Anthony’s Pontiac Sunfire has been carefully inspected by a team of expert witnesses. They also combed over a bag of trash, loaded with tiny little bugs called coffin flies, empty soda cans, a dirty pizza box and broken hangers.
Casey Anthony’s defense team arrived just after 9 a.m. on Wednesday and left just three and a half hours later around 12:30 in the afternoon.
Criminal Docket Updated:
07/14/2010 Objection to Release of Documents Related to Intended Defense Review of Evidence
07/14/2010 Memorandum Defendant's Supplemental; Regarding Admissibility of Contents from 911 Calls
07/14/2010 Response to Defendant's Motion for Reconsideration of Certain Prior Rulings by Disqualified Judge
07/14/2010 Response Amended; to Defendant's Motion for Reconsideration of Certain Prior Rulings by Disqualified Judge
Special Thanks to MuzikMan for getting today's court filings which can be found here: [ame="http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showpost.php?p=5404907&postcount=58"]Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community - View Single Post - List of Motions **List Only No Discussion**[/ame]
Casey Anthony team files last minute opposition to 911 calls
On the eve of a major hearing in the Casey Anthony murder case, the defense team filed a last-minute memo today arguing against using at trial 911 calls Cindy Anthony made two years ago.
Prosecutors have argued that two of the 911 calls should be admitted. In the third call, Casey Anthony's mother, Cindy, describes the odor in her daughter's car as smelling like a dead body.
Read the memo here Thanks to MuzikMan: [ame="http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showpost.php?p=5404907&postcount=58"]Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community - View Single Post - List of Motions **List Only No Discussion**[/ame]
Hearing To Address Anthony 911 Calls
Defense Says Grandmother's 911 Calls Are Not Admissible
POSTED: Wednesday, July 14, 2010
UPDATED: 6:06 pm EDT July 14, 2010
According to Brad Conway, the Anthony family's attorney, Cindy Anthony will answer questions about the 911 calls calmly. He said she will acknowledge she was frantic when the call was made, even though that admission could hurt her daughter in her trial for first-degree murder in Caylee's death.
Casey Anthony: Jose Baez says defense’s inspection of evidence goes smoothly; Cindy Anthony to testify calmly, lawyer says
WFTV-Ch. 9’s Belich put it this way: ”Baez claims that his team of experts found some discoveries of interest here over the last couple of days and, because of that, he expects to ask Chief Judge Belvin Perry if he can do his own testing on the evidence. Now that’s not an unusual defense request, except in this case taxpayers would pay for it.”
Baez told Belich that he didn’t know how many tests he would request and that he would consult with his experts.
If the defense found something to help Anthony’s case, it would have to alert the state so the prosecution could analyze the results before trial, Belich said. “We’ll also find out if the defense is pulling just another Todd Macaluso move,” Belich said, referring to the former defense attorney who said there was evidence someone other than Anthony placed the toddler’s body in the woods. “That evidence never materialized,” Belich said.
Caylee's family to square off in court on anniversary
By Beth Karas, "In Session"
Casey Anthony's brother, Lee, also has been subpoenaed. If Cindy and Lee Anthony testify, it will be the first time anyone from the family has taken the witness stand in Casey Anthony's murder case.
Prosecutors have said in court papers that they plan to use Cindy Anthony's first and third phone calls at the trial. The state has said it does not plan to use the second call because Casey was not present for it.
CNN - By Beth Karas, "In Session"
July 14, 2010 10:08 p.m. EDT
Orlando, Florida (CNN) -- Slain toddler Caylee Anthony's family will be stepping back in time in a Florida courtroom on Thursday, two years to the day after she was reported missing.
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ISSUES WITH JANE VELEZ-MITCHELL
Have Police Dropped Ball on Case of Missing 23-Year-Old?; Casey Anthony Defense Team Argues Against 911 Tapes
Aired July 14, 2010 - 19:00:00 ET
DePaul law clinics give students an education in real time
$1 million endowment will aid their dogged pursuit of justice
Weeks after the school year ended, DePaul University law professor Andrea Lyon huddled with her students over the latest legal brief in their campaign to free a man serving time for a murder they don't believe he committed.
It has been nearly two decades since Jerry Gillespie, now 35, allegedly served as a lookout during a shooting at a South Side hair salon, and now his future depends on a group of students still learning the law.
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