Casey Anthony came out of hiding Monday to attend a bankruptcy hearing in a Tampa courtroom.
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.”
It’s a big week for Casey Anthony. Some time this week her year of probation will end and she’ll be released from state supervision. Just when that will happen is a secret.
In a just-published book, Casey Anthony’s attorney Jose Baez revealed that prosecutors offered Anthony a plea deal on a lesser charge of aggravated manslaughter for the death of her daughter, Caylee.
If you were anxiously awaiting the civil trial of Casey Anthony on claims she defamed a woman as part of her daughter Caylee’s disappearance, you’ll have to wait until 2013. An Orlando ordered the trial date pushed back Tuesday.
Lawyers for Casey Anthony are trying to keep a secret location where she is serving probation just that – a secret.
After successfully getting Casey Anthony acquitted in the murder of her daughter Caylee, lead attorney Jose Baez has severed ties with her.
Has Casey Anthony’s hiding spot been found? Several media outlets have reported that Anthony, who has remained out of sight since her acquittal in the death of her daughter Caylee, may have been living in a house next to a church in Palm City.