Casey Anthony: Paper Wants to Keep Jail Records Open

The Orlando Sentinel has filed a motion arguing against the defense team’s efforts to have Orange County Jail records sealed in the case against Casey Anthony.

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From the Orlando Sentinel:

Citing a new appellate court decision in South Florida, the Casey Anthony defense team recently filed a motion to seal the woman’s jail commissary records and telephone and visitation logs.

But today the Sentinel responded with its own motion, saying the Casey Anthony team’s “argument is misplaced.”

” Florida’s Constitution and Public Records Act contemplates the disclosure of all records made or received by an agency in connection with the transaction of official business,” states the Sentinel’s motion to intervene. “The fact that there is no exemption for the public records at issue means that the legislature never contemplated that the documents would remain secret.”

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One Comment on “Casey Anthony: Paper Wants to Keep Jail Records Open”

  1. Honeydog Says:

    Personally, I couldn’t care less what Casey bought from the Commissary, who she talked to on the Phone, and who came to Visit, but it always makes me Skeptical when someone wants something to be kept from others. Not that these Records are any big deal— Just “Personal” stuff— But if there’s nothing Incriminating, what the heck.

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