Casey Anthony: Probation Appeal Denied

According to an appeals court decision, Casey Anthony did not serve her one year of probation in jail while awaiting trial charged in her daughter’s death.

From the Chicago Tribune:

The ruling by the 5th District Court of Appeal in Daytona Beach cut through the arguments of her legal team and likely means the 25-year-old former murder suspect will have to report to officials of the state Department of Corrections by noon Friday.

Legal experts suggested that Anthony’s defense team could seek another review by the federal courts or, more likely, the Florida Supreme Court. The Supreme Court could entertain the same defense arguments made to the appeal court, but the defense cannot appeal Tuesday’s order to the high court.

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4 Comments on “Casey Anthony: Probation Appeal Denied”

  1. One Op Says:

    This is going to make a lot of people happy!! Will she have to serve the probation period in Orlando? What will happen if she is harmed while serving this probation and will she have body guards? I am asking if it may cost the taxpayers more than it is worth.

  2. zelda Says:

    I will donate my last dime to keep here under SOME kind of penalty.
    No she won’t have body guards………….she is not special in that regard.

  3. Honeydog Says:

    Well, for 3 Years, she got everything she didn’t Deserve. Finally she got something she does.

    (OneOp: Bringing her back to Orlando and having her serve Probation actually does not affect Taxpayers. Also, she’s a “regular Citizen” now, and, while Baez or someone he has appointed will no doubt be close-by, neither the Court or Law Enforcement is obligated to provide her any special Protection. Police would only step-in if Threats against her Life or Bodily Harm occurs, just like they would do for any other Public Citizen. If Body Guards do happen to be involved, that’s a “Private” thing for which she or her Attorneys would pay).

  4. Honeydog Says:

    (P.S: The terms of her Probation— i.e, where she will serve it, whether she will have to meet with her Probation Officer in person each month or simply be able to “mail-in” a Report— will be decided when she meets with the DOC on Friday. I understand though, that Judge Perry requested that the DOC not include her Address in the Records (in whatever place/State that may end-up being) so as to keep the Public from finding-out). Also, even though she will be required to be “gainfully Employed”, I don’t think we can expect that she’ll be doing anything “out in Public”. She’ll probably end-up officially “not Hirable” in the outside World (for which she will not be found “in Violation”) and doing some kind of Home/Office work for her Attorneys or someone they know and Trust. Baez says that she’s going to get some “Therapy” during her Probation period (Seems to me we’ve heard that one before). Anyway, at least she’ll be bound to a Ball and Chain for the next year of her Life. Not enough, but better than nothing at all.


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