I didn't see a thread on this. If there is one, please forgive me. But I couldn't help myself. I was so upset with the defense and this motion just made me HAPPY. I am smiling again. Read it, and you'll see why. Apparently, like Valhall says on her site (great article by the way, you should totally go and read it. I like her sum of what Orlando Sentinel essentially said), the Orlando Sentinel thinks the defense team needs an intervention. Here is the glorious PDF file: http://www.wftv.com/pdf/24814448/detail.html Over and over again, they say that Casey has not met her burden, "one that she has not even attempted to satisfy." I also love point #18: "The fact that this case is a high profile case does not provide the defendant with a unique privilege to shut down public information." Can we say SLAM! And then they totally school the defense on what it should be doing in point 21. I totally love the message in the first line: "Albeit selectively, the defense may not like the publicity this case receives when it doesn't suit them, but it is the basis of our judicial system." and lastly, and my favorite line, "Because the defendant's Standing Objections do not even come close to meeting these high standards, they should be denied." Oh Orlando Sentinel, I think I just fell madly in love with you! What do you guys think of this? I think it almost ranks up there with HHJS's recusal.