Casey Anthony Says She Has No Idea How Daughter Caylee DiedFor the first time since she was found not guilty of murdering her child, Casey Anthony sat down for her first interview.
Casey Anthony Defense Attorney Jose Baez Dishes Details Of Dramatic Case On 'The Couch' It seemed as if the bulk of public opinion was against Casey, but her defense attorney, Jose Baez, pulled a legal coup and managed to keep her out of prison. Now he’s come out with a tell-all book, "Presumed Guilty - Casey Anthony: The Inside Story."
Casey Anthony Appears In Online 'Video Diary' Posted To YouTubeAfter months of hiding, the world is now hearing from Casey Anthony, the woman acquitted last summer of killing her daughter Caylee.
Casey Anthony, Acquitted Of Murder, Freed From JailAnthony, wearing a pink T-shirt with blue jeans, left the jail at 12:14 a.m. with her attorney, Jose Baez. She was given $537.68 in cash from her jail account and escorted outside. She said nothing to reporters and others gathered outside.
Ralph Caputo Latest NJ Lawmaker To Introduce A Version Of 'Caylee's Law'Assemblyman Caputo's bill requires parents to report missing children within 12 hours.
New Jersey Lawmakers Push For 'Caylee's Law' For Missing ChildrenNew Jersey lawmakers are proposing a law that would require parents to report a missing child within 24 hours.
New Release Date For Casey Anthony, But What Happens When She Leaves?A recaluation for good behavior resulted in the new release date of next Sunday, July 17 rather than next Wednesday.
Casey Anthony To Be Freed July 17; Deals Await?On Thursday, Judge Belvin Perry sentenced Casey Anthony to four years for lying to investigators in death of her daughter Caylee.
Poll: Most Tri-State Area Residents Disagree With Casey Anthony VerdictOne day after Casey Anthony was found not guilty in the death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, local residents lament the lack of closure in the case.
Not Guilty Verdict In Casey Anthony Trial Stirs Emotions In The Tri-State Area Reporters from CBS 2 and 1010 WINS spoke with residents in New York City and New Jersey about their opinions regarding the case's outcome. Tell us what you think and take our poll.