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3 Responses to “Casey Anthony Trial”

  1. Guest


    yes, the process of the hugh in the local calibration of the system within the other is almost the same, as if the distance.
    But remember, albeit for the court ruling once again of the accused to the other accused is mindboggling.

    Knox county for the most part being the second rule of the same certified rule….once again.

    We just cannot see the YPNREI of the whole issue in the XDCVV. Must learn to talk English to the English….fancy jibberish doesnt make one look smart, only foolish.
    The rule of 86 about http://learn2talkorshutup

  2. Kat Hedrick

    This is disgusting!No justice for this poor baby.What the hell has this world come to??Sick.Just sick.She won’t be welcome anywhere in this world and I hope God never allows her another child! WHERE’S THE JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE????

  3. Docile Jim Brady

    We use an adversary process.
    Part of the reason for the hue and cry over the verdict is failing to understand the process.
    A well respected Ohio Rule 20 certified attorney opined that defendant Anthony was “over indicted.”

    Parenthetically, albeit, off topic, a misdemeanor defendant in Knox County, in the not too distant past; elected to go pro se rather than be defended at no cost by a Rule 20 certified attorney.

    IMLO, what a mistake — a H U G E mistake.

    For an idea of what Rule 20 is about