Casey Anthony: Possible Witness Called for Jury Duty
A woman who searched for the missing body of Caylee Anthony and was also named as a potential witness for the defense was mistakenly summoned for jury duty yesterday, forcing Judge Perry to toss out dozens of prospective jurors.
From Fox News:
Chief Judge Belvin Perry said a potential witness in the trial showed up at the courthouse Tuesday after receiving a Pinellas County jury summons, MyFoxOrlando.com reports. After it was found out that Patricia Young talked about the case in the jury room, Perry dismissed her and 50 other prospective jurors because the group was considered tainted. Jurors are summoned based on a random pick of their driver’s license numbers, Perry said.
Young was a volunteer with Texas EquiSearch, the search and recovery organization that searched for Caylee during the summer of 2008, according to the station. She also reportedly sought criminal charges against George Anthony, Caylee’s grandfather, for allegedly shoving her during a confrontation outside the family home in September 2008. Young was among a group of protesters when the incident allegedly occurred.
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