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VIDEO: Lee Testifies
Video: Judge Rules Anthony 911 Calls Admissible
RAW VIDEO: Casey Anthony In Court For Hearing On 911 Calls Pt. 1
RAW VIDEO: Casey Anthony In Court For Hearing On 911 Calls Pt. 2
RAW VIDEO: Casey Anthony In Court For Hearing On 911 Calls Pt. 3
RAW VIDEO: Casey Anthony In Court For Hearing On 911 Calls Pt. 4
RAW VIDEO: Casey Anthony In Court For Hearing On 911 Calls Pt. 5
RAW VIDEO: Casey Anthony In Court For Hearing On 911 Calls Pt. 6
Anthony family gathers in court
Last Updated: Thursday, July 15, 2010 10:33 PM
The entire Anthony family was in court together for the first time.
Cindy Anthony re-told every detail of when her daughter Casey told her she hadn't seen little Caylee in 31 days. <"Cindy Anthony/ Caylee's grandmother">
"I was in shock,' said Cindy Anthony, Caylee's grandmother I couldn't believe what I was hearing."
Prosecutors wanted the 911 tapes to be used in the trial because it is the first time Caylee was reported missing. They say Cindy Anthony spoke with "excited utterances", which means she didn't have time to make up a story or fabricate what she was saying.
Casey Anthony broke down as her brother Lee Anthony took the stand to talk about what happened that day that led up to the 911 calls." said Linda Drane Burdick, assistant state attorney
Political analyst Will Jay says he's not surprised the judge ruled in the state's favor. "The state certainly is going to use them, and now that they have a pre-trial ruling that they're admissible you can maybe expect to see them in opening statements even," Jay said.
So while the defense team may want the 911 tapes to go away, it appears that they won't.
PART 2 (Defense)
PART 3 (State)
Brother to Casey Anthony from stand: ‘I love you’
Family reunited in court for first time since her letters alleged molestation
video included @ link
WFTV has hearings posted in 9 parts
link for part 1
Casey Anthony Loses Bid to Exclude Mom's 911 Tapes from Trial
By Stephen M. Silverman
Friday July 16, 2010 09:50 AM EDT
Circuit Judge Belvin Perry, however, didn't accept that. "Whether they are true or false really has no bearing," he said. "They were designed to elicit statements from the defendant in this case, to ascertain the whereabouts of the victim in this particular case."
Casey Anthony: The emotion often trumps the news
Then, in an interview with Vieira, Anthony family attorney Brad Conway said Cindy is doing better today after being anxious about testifying yesterday. Conway said it is Cindy’s “hope, that’s her wish” that Caylee is alive and “until she is ready to relinquish that it’s going to stay in her mind.”
Conway said the family remains 100 percent behind Casey. “Love for a family member is not likely to change,” Conway said. “They are a close family. They love each other, and regardless of what happens in this criminal trial, that will always stay the same.”
Attorney: Casey Anthony's Family Will Always Love Her
Updated: one minute ago
When asked in an NBC "Today" show interview this morning if the family still stands "100 percent" behind Casey, attorney Brad Conway said, "They do. ... Love for a family member is not likely to change. "They are a close family. They love each other, and regardless of what happens in this criminal trial, that will always stay the same."
BSheaffer analysis of hearing
New Witness In Case Against Casey Anthony
Robin Lunceford is in for life and this isn't the first time she's inserted herself into a high-profile criminal case.
Lunceford claims she can discredit key state witnesses, Baez said.
Lunceford was a career criminal and is under criminal investigation at the prison where she's in for life. Baez claims the prison wrongly recorded their phone conversation so he wants it to be sealed.
Video Report: http://www.wftv.com/video/24288687/index.html
Casey Anthony Defense Files New Motion
Baez Wants Release Of Recorded Inmate Call Blocked
In the motion, Baez said he was not made aware that the call two months ago between him and Robin Lunceford, an inmate at Lowell Correctional Institute in Ocala, was recorded.
The conversations between Baez and Lunceford were recorded and can be released to the public under public records laws, but Baez argues in the motion that the calls were illegally recorded and should not be released. The prosecution said it plans to release the call to the public.
Read Motion Here:
Casey Anthony: Defense ‘hanging hopes’ on prison inmate, WFTV reports
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Baez has asked Judge Belvin Perry to seal a phone call, recorded by the prison between him and Lunceford.
“One of the first lessons the defense learned in this case was there’s no expectation of privacy in either a correctional facility or a jail,” WFTV legal analyst Bill Sheaffer said.
But WKMG-Ch. 6’s Mike DeForest reported that Baez is fighting the call’s release because he didn’t know he was being recorded. “He believes that it would be illegal to release that audio to the public,” DeForest said.
Then DeForest explained there’s typically an announcement that a call is being recorded when an inmate speaks to someone.
“In his motion, Jose Baez points out that the inmate actually called his assistant and the assistant transferred the call to his cell phone,” DeForest said. “It’s unclear whether the prison told the assistant, and the assistant didn’t tell Jose Baez, or the prison didn’t notify them at all.”
WFTV also reported that the Anthony defense team canceled depositions today with three Orange County sheriff’s investigators and hadn’t given a reason for the cancellation.
Casey Anthony attorney wants 'illegally recorded' phone call with prisoner sealed
Her latest disciplinary report involves incidents on May 31 in which she used another inmate's phone rights to contact an ex-inmate. "Inmate Lunceford made several requests to have calls forwarded to persons that are not on her assigned calling list," and the ex-inmate agreed, according to that report.
It could not immediately be confirmed if any of those were the calls forwarded to Baez in May, but if they were, state Corrections spokeswoman Gretl Plessinger said Baez would not have heard the recording identifying the call coming from the prison.
Derkovic, 21, has since been transferred to the Broward Correctional Institution, where she is serving a 30-year sentence for a 2007 second-degree murder conviction out of Orange County.
How long can trial witnesses remember?
"It's normal is that humans reconstruct the gaps in their memory too and that's where you can lead yourself into inconsistencies and other problems with your testimony," he said.
Jay says there's one thing that won't change with this case, no matter how long it goes on, the physical evidence, whether it's important or not, will stay the same. forever and won't forget.
And there's a lot of evidence.
Cindy Anthony: Caylee is still alive
Updated: Friday, 16 Jul 2010, 10:36 PM EDT
Published : Friday, 16 Jul 2010, 10:36 PM EDT
More than an hour after sitting on the stand testifying on Thursday, Cindy Anthony said something that took the courtroom by surprise.
"I still think Caylee is alive."
Cindy would not answer questions after court, but on Friday, FOX 35 sat down with her attorney Brad Conway asking him about Cindy's surprising comment.
LMAO how SPECIAL does JB think he is? if he talked to an inmate on a phone, YES IT CAN AND will be recorded. If he was her attorney at the time, that is a different story but I just think that JB is trying to make it look like LE is against him for the ignorant or uninformed people.... this is not rocket science? this is the VERY reason JB won't let Casey call or visit with her family or anyone else and now all of a sudden he don't know the laws? hahahahaha Good one JB I can't wait to hear what is on the tapes.
Exclusive: Did Casey's pen pals lie?
Her name is Robin Lunceford and she claims that former pen pals of Casey Anthony lied to Orange County detectives.
"She'd sit in front of the whole dorm and would brag how she's lying,” said Lunceford.
Video Report: http://www.cfnews13.com/video?clip=...newsvideo/cfn/caseyexclusive_071720100946.flv
Jul 18th, 2010 by Richard Hornsby.
Well it looks like somebody got caught with their hand in the cookie jar while I was away, as our good friend Jose Baez filed an eight paragraph Motion for Protective Order Regarding a Telephone Recording of Robin Lunceford.
And since I had nothing better to do after a week long vacation, I thought it would be nice to annotate and analyze the eight paragraph motion for my unfaithful readers to help them understand what really transpired between Jose Baez and Robin Lunceford.
Read the rest here:
Exclusive interview with Robin Lunceford, Monday at 6 p.m
By Adam Longo, Reporter
Last Updated: Sunday, July 18, 2010
So how did Casey Anthony really react the day Caylee was found?
And can Robin Lunceford be believed?
Prison officials will give News 13 their take and you can decide for yourself, when you see the entire, exclusive interview with Robin Lunceford, Monday at 6 p.m., only on News 13.
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