I disagree with Rick as far as the jury being conscientious, the evidence, and George's possible role (IMO George had NO role in Caylee's murder and is the most sympathetic of the Anthonys & the one willing to admit to his own mistakes and that Casey might possibly be a murderer).
But I still liked the majority of the book- particularly the inside look at how Chaney and Casey are stuck with each other, no one wants her story, and how they are trying to get around paying her debts.
There are for sure interesting things included, if accurate.
1- Middle-finger's complete disdain for JB. Highlights:
-Every bad or controversial decision was JB's fault, largely because of his lack of experience but also because he just isn't a good attorney, according to MF.
--MF thinks JB would have put her on the stand and only didn't because MF threatened to walk if she testified.
--JB was an attention seeker in far over his head, who would have lost the case if not for MF, but who gloried in all the praise and attention after the fact, and who took credit where none was due.
--JB deserted her after the trial was over. Others on the team supported her financially, for awhile. JB didn't at first because he was "broke" and when he finally contributed, it was very little very late. Poor MF is the only one supporting her now.
2. MF as her ambivalent drooling protector:
-- MF proudly says he was so taken by how little itty bitty and "demure" she was at first meeting that he didn't even notice her rack! His wife brought that rack to his attention!
Tabloid, crude, and perhaps a peek into the man's head.
MF is either ambivalent or fickle about his self designated role as protector...or he can't keep his stories straight. She's tiny, she's innocent, she's grateful and charming and demure. He's helping her when no one else will because she needs him and he's a swell fellow, and because she cost him $600k and he's determined to get a million dollar payday. Won't settle for a penny less. She'll do as he says. She owes him. I'm condensing and paraphrasing, but those are MF's words according to this book.