Casey Anthony came out of hiding Monday to attend a bankruptcy hearing in a Tampa courtroom.
After being acquitted of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2011, Casey Anthony is fighting legal issues again.
A Florida appeals court has thrown out two of the four convictions of Casey Anthony for lying to detectives during the investigation of the disappearance of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee.
Lawyers for Casey Anthony plan to make their case Tuesday in a state appellate court to have her conviction of lying to law enforcement overturned.
A behind the scenes look at the trial of Casey Anthony is getting the movie treatment. Rob Lowe will star in “Prosecuting Casey Anthony” which is based on prosecutor Jeff Ashton’s book “Imperfect Justice.”
The Florida sheriff’s office responsible for the investigation of Caylee Anthony’s death confirmed Sunday that it overlooked online evidence.
Casey Anthony’s attorneys think she can’t get a fair shake in Orange County, so they are seeking a change of venue for her upcoming defamation trial.
A host of new laws aimed at protecting Florida’s children are officially on the books as of Monday.
Casey Anthony has largely been out of sight since she was found not guilty of the murder of her daughter Caylee. But Anthony apparently is ready to come out of the shadows to take part in a Celebrity Boxing match.
Thursday is Casey Anthony’s last day on probation.