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    2010.10.18 - Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSION HERE PLEASE***
     
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    Murder Docket Updated:


    10/15/2010 Notice of Taking Deposition(s)

    10/15/2010 Motion for Reconsideration
     
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    Casey Anthony defense team wants jail records sealed

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news...anthony-jail-records-20101018,0,4064376.story

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    Attorneys Jose Baez and Cheney Mason want the court to seal her jail visitation log records as well as her jail commissary and telephone records.

    The defense attorneys argue in their new motion that Florida's public records law was not meant to provide for such disclosures and that the release of such records "serves only to embarrass and invade the privacy of the defendant."

    They also state in the motion: "Miss Anthony has not been convicted of any of the charges for which she is being held by the Orange County Jail."
     
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    Defense Wants Casey Jail Records Sealed; Spending Questioned

    http://www.wftv.com/news/25430802/detail.html

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    The defense is trying a third time to seal Casey Anthony's visitation, phone and commissary records at the Orange County jail.

    The records are public for all inmates, but Casey's defense team says releasing her records serves only to embarrass her and invade her privacy. The argument has already been rejected twice.

    The state agency funding Anthony's defense is now challenging some of the recent requests her attorneys have made for costs in the case.

    The requests include thousands to cover lodging and travel expenses for lawyers and investigators. The Justice Administrative Commission says the defense needs to prove the money is really needed for the case.

    Also, the defense plans to depose key Orange County investigator Eric Edwards on October 22.
     
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    Casey Anthony Battle Brews Over What's Public Info

    http://www.wesh.com/r/25431179/detail.html

    Video Report: http://www.wesh.com/video/25431155/detail.html

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    Casey Anthony&#8217;s defense team may have new ammunition in its quest to keep her jail records private.

    In new court filings, lawyers point to a recent ruling in south Florida that they claim sets a precedent to seal inmate records.

    Defense attorneys argue that public access to Anthony&#8217;s jail commissary accounts and visitor logs only serves to embarrass Anthony and invade her privacy.
     
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    Murder Docket Update:

    10/18/2010 Request for Certificate of Materiality for Intersate Witness Subpoena
     
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    State: Cost Estimates From Casey's New Lawyer Too High

    Video Report: http://www.wesh.com/video/25431974/detail.html

    http://www.wesh.com/caseyanthony/25431392/detail.html

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    Orlando defense attorney Richard Hornsby, who is not affiliated with the Anthony case, said penalty phase costs are unavoidable.

    &#8220;The defense has to incur all those costs before the case goes to trial,&#8221; he said.

    Finnell estimates an expert psychiatric witness could cost $7,500, but lawyers for the Justice Administrative Commission said the cost should be far less.
     
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    Casey Anthony: How much should public know about her in jail?


    http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/en...uch-should-public-know-about-her-in-jail.html

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    WKMG-Ch. 6’s Tony Pipitone explained: “A South Florida court just ruled that not all jail records are public records. But that ruling’s not yet binding on judges here. The defense is using that recent decision to re-argue something that has been denied twice.”

    Kealing said the Justice Administrative Commission, which gives funds to indigent clients, is balking at estimates of what Anthony’s death-penalty phase could cost. The costs have been put at $20,000.

     
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