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2010.08.06 - Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE ***
Mom fears for CA after Thursdays release of docs
Latest Letters To Casey Profess Beauty, Addiction To Case
The letters come from all over the United States and center on everything from the case itself to personal interests like movies, flamingos and religion.
WESH 2 has redacted the contact information of the senders.
Casey Anthony ruling: Motions against death penalty denied: Chief Orange-Osceola Circuit Judge Belvin Perry... http://bit.ly/aP4mS4 #orlando
"Chief Orange-Osceola Circuit Judge Belvin Perry denied a series of Casey Anthony defense motions today, motions that argued against the use of certain parts of the death-penalty statute in this case.
Perry denied eight motions filed by the defense — seven of them filed late last year and one filed this year." <snipped>
Motions Against Death Penalty For Casey Denied
Defense Files Series Of Motions Arguing Against Death Penalty For Young Mother
Judge Belvin Perry shot down Friday the last of defense motions challenging the death penalty in the case against Casey Anthony.
Perry, who is the case's second judge, denied a series of defense motions concentrating largely on constitutional arguments against the use of the death penalty.
Read Orders Here:
Order #1: http://www.wesh.com/pdf/24539468/detail.html
Order #2: http://www.wesh.com/pdf/24539471/detail.html
Order #3: http://www.wesh.com/pdf/24539539/detail.html
Order #4 http://www.wesh.com/pdf/24539542/detail.html
Order #5: http://www.wesh.com/pdf/24539545/detail.html
Order #6 http://www.wesh.com/pdf/24539528/detail.html
Order #7 http://www.wesh.com/pdf/24539529/detail.html
Order #8 http://www.wesh.com/pdf/24539530/detail.html
Casey Anthony ruling: Motions against death penalty denied
Chief Orange-Osceola Circuit Judge Belvin Perry denied a series of Casey Anthony defense motions today, motions that argued against the use of certain parts of the death-penalty statute in this case.
New Casey documents regarding death penalty
Judge Denies Casey's Death Penalty Motions
Casey Anthony's Mother Implicated in Mail Fraud
Cindy Anthony is in the hot seat now after prosecutors released 2,400 pages of evidence in the case, including at least one instance in which the mother of the murder suspect mailed her a letter in prison that used Casey Anthony's lawyer's return address with "legal mail do not open" written on the envelope.
Casey Anthony Defense Motions Denied
Woman Accused Of Killing Her Daughter Caylee
Kronk Submits Proof Of Whereabouts Before Finding Caylee
Lawyer Says Kronk Dealt With Car Trouble In Sanford The Day Prior
POSTED: 4:01 pm EDT August 6, 2010
ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- Former meter reader Roy Kronk, the man who discovered Caylee Anthony’s remains, has given the state documents that he says prove his innocence.
Kronk gave receipts for both the tow and the repair job to prosecutors proving his whereabouts the day before he found Caylee’s remains.
Kronk said the clutch went out in his car, had to be towed to a Sanford auto repair shop and wait for hours of costly repairs to be completed.
Kronk’s Receipt For Car Repair http://www.wesh.com/pdf/24541360/detail.html
Kronk’s Towing Receipt http://www.wesh.com/pdf/24541384/detail.html
Request For Kronk’s Cell Phone Records http://www.wesh.com/pdf/24541400/detail.html
Proving Kronk's Innocence 5PM
Jail Officials Confiscate Contraband Sent To Casey Anthony
Anthony's Mother Sent Note In Envelope Labeled 'Legal Mail
Orange County corrections officials confiscated a greeting card mailed to Casey Anthony by her mother because the envelope improperly suggested it contained confidential legal documents.
For security purposes, Orange County jail workers routinely screen mail sent to inmates. But corrections officers are not allowed to look at letters inmates receive from their lawyers, which are generally protected by attorney-client privilege.
Series of Casey Anthony defense motions denied
Updated: Friday, 06 Aug 2010, 5:10 PM EDT
Published : Friday, 06 Aug 2010, 4:20 PM EDT
Death penalty still an option for Casey Anthony
Posted: 06:45 PM ET
The defense argued that specific aggravating factors found under Florida law were unconstitutional. Aggravating factors are statutorily listed within Florida’s death penalty sentencing laws. They are what a juries use to help determine, along with the evidence, whether they will recommend that a defendant receive the death penalty.
Florida’s juries only have to find one aggravating factor to recommend death, but they must find it beyond a reasonable doubt. A judge determines what statutorily defined aggravators go to the jury if in fact a death penalty trial gets to the death phase.
Report: Kronk's lawyers seek to establish his innocence in Caylee's death
Issues with Jane Velez Mitchell
Brief Coverage with Jean Cassarez and panel