Casey Anthony: Phone Calls to Baez From Inmate Will be Made Public

Judge Belvin Perry has ruled that phone calls made to Jose Baez from prison inmate Robin Lunceford, in May, will be made public.

From Central Florida News:

Robin Lunceford, a prison inmate, called Jose Baez and made allegations that two other inmates were making up stories about Anthony to get special treatment.

Baez was trying to stop two phone calls with Lunceford from being made public because he said he didn’t know it was being recorded.

A judge said Baez was warned by the phone system and Lunceford herself the call was being recorded.

From the Orlando Sentinel:

Baez had wanted a protective order placed on the conversation he had with state inmate Robin Lunceford, arguing that it amounted to an illegal recording because he said he was unaware their conversation was being recorded. He also argued that the conversations in the two phone calls amounted to work product – and therefore should not be public.

In Perry’s order, he noted that the conversations are not considered work product because “it is inarguable that he did not ‘produce’ the recordings of the calls at issue; the prison did.”

“Since the recordings were made by the prison in accordance with its procedures, they constitute public records,” Perry wrote in his order.

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14 Comments on “Casey Anthony: Phone Calls to Baez From Inmate Will be Made Public”

  1. Venice Says:

    Baez is a STINKY RAT!!!!

  2. Cali patti Says:

    Hmm, I give Baez credit for trying to pull this off.
    That is what a defense atty’s job is. Baez is not the smartest atty but he tries. I am all for Casey having the best defense. LOL

  3. knight owl Says:

    hahaha, Baez is finally going to learn that his untruth tactics are not going to get him out of the messes he gets himself in to. Hooray, for Judge Perry~~~

  4. knight owl Says:

    Hi Venice, yes what you said. lol

  5. red Says:

    You’ve got to be kidding me… you give JB credit??? He is not only killing KC, he’s making a mockery of the United States Justice System. This is not a joke. This is about a little girl and the only entity standing up for her is the US of A. We cannot allow one more little lamb to go like this. This is a life…not an inconvenience. It’s sick that you would even say..”you give him credit for trying”. Casey needs to take responsibility and she will probably be a good prisoner for the rest of her life. Maybe she could work in the kitchen.

  6. OneOp Says:

    Yes, credit for working ever thought for the benefit of his client, that is what he is supposed to do. It is our justice system, Whatever the result he gets credit for
    doing his “job” The prosecution is the one to prove her guilty, lets get pushy’
    with them too. Why are they dragging their feet all this time. I mean if they have
    the goods lets get on with it. Casey has nothing to do with the procedures.
    Nothing is going to get her to take responsibility, unless she confesses. Think
    that will happen, Not likely unless she decides she wants to die, sooner than

  7. red Says:

    Well, from what I hear she will probably want the death sentence because prison life is brutal and guards don’t stop the beatings. So, I’m sure she won’t want to get a lesser sentence. I think she was already prepared for the death penalty. Remember the poster? “Why do people kill people who kill people to show that killing people is wrong?” I think KC killed Caylee out of jealousy and revenge in regard to her mom. It’s a no no win scenario(

  8. Honeydog Says:

    I have only this to say….
    * FILING the Motion to try to prevent these Calls from going Public is not so big a Deal (after all, Baez is the KING of “Motions”), but he should never have Lied and Denied knowing they were Recorded— Just makes him look worse than he already does.
    * Judge Perry knows his stuff.
    * Actually, I would think Baez would be GLAD that the Public will be privy to these Calls (If Lunceford claims that the other two Inmates “Made-up” all the potentially-damaging things they said about Casey, wouldn’t that be BENEFICIAL to The Defense??).
    * I don’t think The Prosecution will touch ANY of this Bull Shit— Prison Inmates are not considered “Credible”, none of it would Fly with the Jury, The State doesn’t “Need” it, and I would Bet it all ends-up in the “Circular File” with all the other “Insignificant” stuff which has been known to Come then quietly Fade-away in this Case.

  9. zelda Says:

    Even though Baez has a severe case of “motion sickness”, he can only do what the law allows him to do.

    Blah blah bla…………bl..b

  10. knight owl Says:

    It is not the State that has been dragging their feet. They were prepared and ready to get a trial date set way back in 2008. It is bozo/baez that has kept this case drawn out with filing ridiculous motion after ridiculous motions to tie up court to stall for time, spending his time trying to pin the crime on jesse, Aimee, Kronk, now George and for heaven’s sake let’s not forget the snooping PI to dig up dirt on kronks axe/gruntled looney tune wives that hadn’t seen kronk in years and zero to do with this case but Strickland allowed it in which i still do not understand why, and all that did was cost money and time. Baez is still holding up things with bs when he should be getting all his realistic ducks he has in a row and get down to doing some serious business.

  11. OneOp Says:

    I agree with Baez dragging his feet, so who can put a stop to it but the judge, whichever it may be. The prosecution has been ready?

    If that is so, why are they not pushing harder to get the show on the road. By now if was a prosecutor, I think I would be pretty damn angry, but I am not an attorney. Because they are so subdued, it leads on to believe they have all the goods they need OR they don’t have conclusive physical evidence and that is why I stated they are dragging their feet, or making it look like the defense is all the fault.

    This last classroom “I didn’t do it” by Baez, I believe is really an act to ride on the edge with Judge Perry, to see how far he can push before the Judge nips him in the bud.

  12. zelda Says:

    I am confused………is there a law that says” enough” as far as motions and introducing “new” avenues to approach?

    How long can lawyers keep from going to trial like Baez is doing? Or the prosecution for that matter?
    What can judge Perry do to speed thing along? Does he have the power to set a date?

  13. Venice Says:

    Baez picked the wrong career. He lacks professionalism so bad……..LOL!

  14. OneOp Says:

    So did I Venice. LOL

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