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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial's Surprise

    Seeing a weird division inside the family now. Seems like Lee and Cindy are trying very, very hard to destroy evidence against Casey (while staying consistent to their depositions). George, on the other hand, seems to want to reaffirm evidence (i.e. "death" smell in car). His current testimony is conflicting information provided in his deposition.
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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial's Surprise

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    The submitted another request for mistrial today...the judge is reserving judgment for the time being. This is a change from previous requests when the Judge immediately denied the motions.
    Personally, I think Casey Anthony is guilty. But a mistrial is most likely at this point/.
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    Seems cold and calculating that Casey let everyone keep looking for Caylee, from July to December, when Casey was making up stories where Caylee might be. Maybe how Caylee died is still a mystery, but it seems fairly certain that Casey knew Caylee was dead, in June - July, 09.

    If Casey was being abused at home, why did she not move out to a family abuse shelter? Some family abuse shelters have time limts, but Casey never went for even one night.

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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial's Surprise

    Quote Originally Posted by Gladiator View Post
    Seems cold and calculating that Casey let everyone keep looking for Caylee, from July to December, when Casey was making up stories where Caylee might be. Maybe how Caylee died is still a mystery, but it seems fairly certain that Casey knew Caylee was dead, in June - July, 09.

    If Casey was being abused at home, why did she not move out to a family abuse shelter? Some family abuse shelters have time limts, but Casey never went for even one night.

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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial's Surprise

    Defense rests. Pokes a few holes in prosecution, but probably didn't present a clear enough case. Casey refused to testify. My guess? Conviction, sentenced to life, no chance for parole.
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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial's Surprise

    Quote Originally Posted by tessaesque View Post
    Defense rests. Pokes a few holes in prosecution, but probably didn't present a clear enough case. Casey refused to testify. My guess? Conviction, sentenced to life, no chance for parole.
    I dunno about that. I think the case, or at least parts of it, will mistrial. Also, I think at most she'll get criminally negligent manslaughter.
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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial's Surprise

    Quote Originally Posted by DashingAmerican View Post
    I dunno about that. I think the case, or at least parts of it, will mistrial. Also, I think at most she'll get criminally negligent manslaughter.
    that's too bad. she deserves a life behind bars. she and her mother are both narcissistic, evil bitches.

    btw, were lesser counts included?

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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial's Surprise

    Quote Originally Posted by DashingAmerican View Post
    I dunno about that. I think the case, or at least parts of it, will mistrial. Also, I think at most she'll get criminally negligent manslaughter.
    Perry has denied either 4 or 5 (I believe) requests for mistrial. Yesterday, he deferred decision on a mistrial request. The prosecution is about to begin their rebuttal, closing arguments expected tomorrow/Saturday, deliberations on Sunday. I'm curious as to when Perry wouldn't make a decision regarding the most recent request.

    I agree that there SHOULD be a mistrial. This case (on both sides) was put together in the most shoddy, ambiguous means available.
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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial's Surprise

    Definitely a mistrial. The defense did its job. Presented just enough to cast doubt on her guilt which is all they need to accomplish.
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    Re: Casey Anthony Trial's Surprise

    Quote Originally Posted by evanescence View Post
    Definitely a mistrial. The defense did its job. Presented just enough to cast doubt on her guilt which is all they need to accomplish.

    "In determining whether to declare a mistrial, the court must decide whether the error is so prejudicial and fundamental that expenditure of further time and expense would be wasteful, if not futile. Although the judge has the power to declare a mistrial and discharge a jury, this power should be "exercised with great care and only in cases of absolute necessity" (Salvatore v. State of Florida, 366 So. 2d 745 [Fla. 1978], cert. denied, 444 U.S. 885, 100 S. Ct. 177, 62 L. Ed. 2d 115 [1979]).

    Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/mistrial#ixzz1QxpAXJFN"


    mistrial: West's Encyclopedia of American Law (Full Article) from Answers.com


    If the witnesses lied, then it is for the Jury to weight the credibility of the testimony. What lies are key to determine guilt or innocence? Why can't the jury be trusted to sort out the evidence and testimony, to determine the facts of guilt, innocence, or reasonable doubt?


    Listening to Cable TV accounts, the Anthony trial lies and contradicted statements, seem sensational. However, the more sensational news announcers can make the news appear, the higher their viewing share ratings, in general. Viewer ratings have been high for Anthony trial coverage. Is the trial really as sensational as the news coverage portrays?



    I recall a quote from a prosecutor, who said something like, "I could indict a Ham Sandwich!" Facts and certainty can be exaggerated. Some TV announcers are ex-prosecutors.


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