Casey Anthony Florida Murder Trial Update For 2011
Continuing coverage and a 2011 update of the Florida Casey Anthony criminal murder trial now includes an analysis and update of the pre-trial motions on TRU TV (formerly Court TV) by Will Jay of the Orlando Criminal Attorney firm Carsten and Ladan, P.A.
The update took place on Monday, January 3rd, at 1:10 pm eastern standard time on TRU TV. Will Jay discussed and analyzed the pre-trial motions that were filed in this heinous murder case.
“I don’t see the relevance in whether Casey’s relationship with these men were sexual relationships, as much as the large amount of time she was spending together with them and not with Caylee.” says Will Jay, criminal trial specialist.
The case began in 2008, and centers around Casey Anthony, who is accused of murdering her 3 year old daughter, Caylee Anthony. Casey Anthony did not report her daughter missing for over a month, spurring an immediate criminal investigation by Orange County’s sherriff’s department.
“Casey was a young lady too lazy to get a job and put gas in her car, it seems unlikely that she was going to be doing landscaping for her parents yard with the neighbor’s shovel.” notes Mr. Jay, an attorney with Carsten and Ladan, P.A.
Caylee’s murder has garnered statewide and national attention, and continues to be on the minds of many who are glued to every detail of the ongoing case and imminent trial.
For more information on the Casey Anthony trial, the involvement of Will Jay and his firm, Carsten and Ladan, please contact Mr. Jay at the phone number and address provided. Carsten and Ladan provides criminal defense, specializing in sex crimes, Orlando DUI, and other crimes such as murder, rape, assault, and more.
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