Casey Anthony: New Attorney Officially Joins Case

It appears that Casey Anthony’s newest lawyer filed paperwork today to finally, officially join the case.

Time to see how her role will play out!

From WESH:

Ann Finnell, a death penalty qualified attorney from Jacksonville, could have various roles in the case, depending on whether Anthony is convicted of murder.

Finnell said her role is mostly confined to the penalty phase of the trial. If Anthony is found not guilty, she will have a much smaller role in the case.

In the case against Anthony, Finnell will be concentrating on presenting so-called mitigation evidence if there is a penalty phase in the trial.

“Hopefully it will never get to a penalty phase. Hopefully Miss Anthony is found not guilty and my role will be greatly diminished,” Finnell told a Jacksonville newspaper.

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5 Comments on “Casey Anthony: New Attorney Officially Joins Case”

  1. diana Says:

    Hope she’s prepared to work!

  2. NEXT Says:

    I thought she had already joined the case??

  3. Honeydog Says:

    Well, Hopefully Miss Anthony IS found Guilty and HER
    role will be greatly PUNNISHED.

  4. zelda Says:

    Hopefully it will never get to a punishment phase?
    Oooooooooooooo……??????? eeeeeeeeeeK!

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