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    2010.10.29 - 31 Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSION HERE PLEASE***




    *FYI Status Hearing Today @ 1:30pm!!
    ** Live on ClickOrlando/WFTV/Fox Orlando/WESH & Many Of The Other Local News Links As Well!
    ***Casey Anthony Will be At Today's Hearing!!!



    ****According to WESH This Is What We Should Expect To be Covered In Today's Status Hearing:

    Casey Status Hearing Friday: What To Expect
    WESH.com To Stream 1:30 P.M. Hearing; Anthony Expected To Be Present
    ~Judge Belvin Perry is expected to hear the defense’s arguments next week over two recently filed motions.

    ~One asks for Perry to reconsider previous rulings over the public’s access to Anthony’s jail records, such as commissary purchases and visitors logs. The second pertains to a motion asking for Perry to set a budget for penalty phase costs that new defense lawyer Anne Finnell would incur.

    ~Anthony defense attorney also filed a motion this week seeking to double the amount of investigative hours granted to the defense. Perry set a cap in May of 300 in-state investigative hours. The new motion asks for another 300 hours, at a cost of up to $12,000.

    ~Perry may also consider motions filed by the defense to limit how many records from the Orange County Jail are made available to the public.

    Article:
    http://www.wesh.com/caseyanthony/25554624/detail.html


    Link For Live Coverage From Fox Orlando 35 For The Status Hearing:
    http://www.myfoxorlando.com/subindex/our_programs/live
     
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    Not only is this off topic but I am discussing here so I will double ban myself.

    Today is going to be a very busy day. Please everyone PLEASE remember our TOS.

    You all are so amazing and I know how hard you have worked. Today is going to get crazy on the board and I will be sitting with a friend in short stay surgery so Mama won't be home.

    Take care and remember our mods have jobs, families, and lives outside of Websleuths. If you are having a problem and do not get a prompt answer please be patient.

    Enough people have my phone number that if I am needed they can call me.

    Thanks for everything you all. Can't say this enough: because of your hard work and dedicated posting, along with our amazing mods, Websleuths is the best true crime discussion forum out there if I do say so myself.

    Ok, back to NO DISCUSSION and posting of current news today only.Love,

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    off to go ban myself before I leave.
     
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    Casey Expected In Court For Friday's Hearing

    http://www.wftv.com/news/25561067/detail.html

    Casey Anthony's legal team will be in court early Friday afternoon to fight to keep her jail records private and get more taxpayer money for its defense.

    Casey is also expected to be in court. It will be the first time she has appeared since July.

    The hearing is scheduled for 1:30pm and WFTV.com will be livestreaming the hearing in full.

    The defense is expected to present a new argument to get her jail records sealed based on a recent court of appeal ruling, but prosecutors say the ruling isn't relevant, because it applies to personal phone calls, not public phone calls, visitation, or jail account records.
     
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    Judge denies Casey Anthony attorney's request to close jail records
    Attorney Jose Baez said: 'If it's not official business of the jail, it's not a public record.'


    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news...thony-hearing-friday-20101029,0,2167120.story

    <snipped>

    Casey Anthony's attorney failed to convince a judge today that his client's jail records, including phone and visitation logs and commissary records, should not be released to the public.

    Citing recent case law, Jose Baez said: "If it's not official business of the jail, it's not a public record."

    In response, Judge Belvin Perry just read from the Florida constitution and Florida statutes and denied the defense motion. The jail logs and records will not be sealed.
     
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    Casey Defense Request To Seal Jail Records Denied

    http://www.wftv.com/news/25561067/detail.html

    RAW VIDEO of Hearing: Part 1: http://www.wftv.com/video/25566372/index.html

    Part 2: http://www.wftv.com/video/25567059/index.html


    Part 3: http://www.wftv.com/video/25567604/index.html


    Part 4 of 4: http://www.wftv.com/video/25568340/index.html

    ICA Slideshow: http://www.wftv.com/slideshow/news/25565687/detail.html

    George, Cindy, Lawyers Slideshow: http://www.wftv.com/slideshow/news/25565902/detail.html

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    "When you start talking about taxpayer money, that's a different story," Judge Perry said to Baez.

    Casey's defense team says it needs more than the $40,000 in tax money it's spent already on her case. It wants thousands more, even though it spent $275,000 of private funds in the first year and a half.

    The state commission, which oversees its spending, has already balked at some of the recent requests from Casey's new death penalty expert, such as travel expenses and more money for Casey's mitigation specialist.

    The defense is also asking for thousands more for its private investigator, who has been accused of harassing EquuSearch witnesses and trying to change their testimony about the flood condition of the woods where Caylee's remains were later found.
     
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    Perry: 'I Am Not Writing An Open Check'
    Judge Hands Defense Stern Lecture


    http://www.wesh.com/caseyanthony/25568264/detail.html

    Video Report in Article!

    <snipped>

    Judge Belvin Perry adopted a hard line in the face of extra funding requests from Anthony's defense. He granted Jose Baez just 60 of the 300 extra hours requested to fund the defense team's investigator.

    "I am not going to write an open check. I am just not," Perry told the defense team in court.

    Cheney Mason said they're not fishing, but rather making a serious effort to reach material Texas Equusearch witnesses who have been told not to talk to them.
     
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    Casey Anthony: Judge Belvin Perry plays accountant sternly

    http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/en...ge-belvin-perry-plays-accountant-sternly.html
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    "He was really setting a tone, and it was a hard line,&#8221; WESH-Ch. 2&#8217;s Bob Kealing reported. &#8220;In many cases, the judge would demand to know what the defense team had done with money he already budgeted and what they would do with any more he might give them.&#8221;

    Kealing said that defense attorneys Jose Baez and Cheney Mason were not commenting after court today.

    WFTV-Ch. 9&#8217;s Kathi Belich observed, &#8220;The judge does not seem impressed with how it [the defense] has used some of the tax money so far.&#8221;

    The defense sought 300 additional hours for its private investigator, but Perry OK&#8217;d just 60 hours.

    &#8220;The judge got conflicting answers about how many authorized hours of work already have been done as the defense asks for more,&#8221; Belich said.

    WOFL-Ch. 35&#8217;s Shannon Butler weighed in: &#8220;Perry is a judge, but it also seems he&#8217;s a pretty good accountant.&#8221;
     
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    Casey Anthony: WKMG's Tony Pipitone delivers on several fronts


    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/ente...-anthony-tony-pipitone-103010,0,4715327.story


    In a clip, Perry lectured the defense that "taxpayers' funds do not allow you to go on fishing expeditions."

    Pipitone added, "If the defense can specify exactly what it's looking for and what it would take to get it, Perry said he would reconsider ordering the state to pay for it."

    Pipitone summed up: "So far, taxpayers have spent about $40,000 on Casey Anthony's defense. That could go up to $50,000 now and will get even higher as that May trial date approaches."
     
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