Casey Anthony: Visitors Names Can’t Be Hidden

It appears that Casey Anthony won’t be able to hide the names of people who come to visit her in jail for much longer.

From WESH:

Chief Judge Belvin Perry rejected a motion on Tuesday to keep Casey Anthony’s jail visit records confidential.

At a court hearing on June 1, Anthony’s lawyers argued that media reports of who visits Anthony in jail could compromise her defense team’s strategy.

From Central Florida News:

That was one of three rulings handed down Monday by Judge Belvin Perry in her murder case.

Anthony’s attorneys had asked for jail visitation logs to be kept secret because they didn’t want prosecutors to know which experts were visiting their client.

The judge also denied a defense request concerning the death penalty.

He also denied a motion for the state to turn over forensic evidence that prosecutors claim they don’t have.

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4 Comments on “Casey Anthony: Visitors Names Can’t Be Hidden”

  1. eastwood34 Says:

    Ha! Ha! Ha! The defense loses again…

  2. Lona1 Says:

    In Peru she would have already been tried, killed and buried.

  3. TyneRose Says:

    I have to hand it to Judge Belvin Perry he is living up to his reputation. I wish all courts and Judges could cut through the BS like this Judge has done thus far. We have all waited way to long for Justice to take place and to let Caylee Anthony finally rest in peace. Her mother may have not wanted her but it is clear to see that many many mothers across the world have adopted her as their little angel.

  4. Honeydog Says:

    Allowing this would have gone against Jailhouse Policy and Procedure, and Judge Perry would not have overstepped this Boundary for mere “Favoritism” of any Inmate. The Defense continues to Beat a Dead Horse.


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