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As the grand jury meets Tuesday, Oct. 14, (Credit: ORLANDO SENTINEL)

As the grand jury meets Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2008 in Orlando, Casey Anthony ,mother of missing 3-year-old Caylee Marie Anthony copes with tears in Kissimmee as her attorney Jose Baez conducts a press conference on his client's behalf concerning the grand jury hearing.

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Casey Anthony Evidence

Casey Anthony arrives at the Orange County Jail
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Casey Anthony arrives at the Orange County Jail for a meeting with a home-confinement officer Monday, Oct.6.

Meg Hughes, an Orange County Corrections home confinement
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Meg Hughes, an Orange County Corrections home confinement officer for Casey Anthony, testifies Oct. 10 during a hearing at the Orange County Courthouse.

Robert Haney, of MacDonald Bail Bonds, testifies Oct.
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Robert Haney, of MacDonald Bail Bonds, testifies Oct. 10 during a hearing at the Orange County Courthouse. MacDonald Bail Bonds posted a portion of the $500,200 bond for the release of Casey Anthony.

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Casey Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez, questions a witness
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Casey Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez, questions a witness at a hearing Friday.

Casey Anthony arrives at her lawyer's office Thursday
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Casey Anthony arrives at her lawyer's office Thursday morning.

George and Cindy Anthony sit inside the Orange
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George and Cindy Anthony sit inside the Orange County Commission while commissioners discussed neighborhood issues concerning protesters.

Cindy Anthony arrives attorney Jose Baez's office Thursday
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Cindy Anthony arrives attorney Jose Baez's office Thursday morning.

Casey Anthony is escorted from the Orange County
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Casey Anthony is escorted from the Orange County Jail by her attorney and bodyguards on Tuesday, September 16, 2008.

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Casey Anthony leave the Orange County Jail with
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Casey Anthony leave the Orange County Jail with a bodyguard after meeting with a home-confinement officer Monday, September 22, 2008.

Riding in the passenger's side of her mothers
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Riding in the passenger's side of her mothers car, Casey Anthony, 22, mother of missing 3 year-old Caylee Marie Anthony arrives back to the Anthony family home after spending the day with her lawyer Jose Baez at his Kissimmee office.

As the grand jury meets Tuesday, Oct. 14,
(Credit: ORLANDO SENTINEL)

As the grand jury meets Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2008 in Orlando, Casey Anthony ,mother of missing 3-year-old Caylee Marie Anthony copes with tears in Kissimmee as her attorney Jose Baez conducts a press conference on his client's behalf concerning the grand jury hearing.

Jose Baez, (left) attorney for Casey Anthony, and
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Jose Baez, (left) attorney for Casey Anthony, and Linda Drane Burdick, (right) Orange-Osceola Assistant State attorney, talk Friday, Oct. 10 during a hearing at the Orange County Courthouse.

Cindy Anthony talks about two reported sightings of
(Credit: ORLANDO SENTINEL)

Cindy Anthony talks about two reported sightings of her granddaughter, Caylee Marie Anthony, in Georgia recently.

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Cindy Anthony talks about two reported sightings of
(Credit: ORLANDO SENTINEL)

Cindy Anthony talks about two reported sightings of her granddaughter, Caylee Marie Anthony, in Georgia recently.

Casey Anthony (right) poses with classmates in a
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Casey Anthony (right) poses with classmates in a 2004 Colonial High School yearbook photo. Anthony's daughter, Caylee Marie, has been missing more than a month.

In an Orange County courtroom Judge Stan Strickland
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In an Orange County courtroom Judge Stan Strickland sets bond at $500,000 plus he ordered Casey Anthony to have a GPS device attached. "I don't think I can please anyone," the judge said.

Cindy Anthony the mother of Casey Anthony reacts
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Cindy Anthony the mother of Casey Anthony reacts seeing her daughter in a Orange County courtroom during a bond hearing, which was later set for $500,000.

Casey Anthony enters the Orange County courtroom for
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Casey Anthony enters the Orange County courtroom for a bond hearing that was later set for $500,000. Anthony was arrested Wednesday on child-neglect and other charges after Orange County sheriff's detectives accused her of telling a string of lies about her daughter's disappearance. Anthony told investigators she had not seen Caylee since June 9, but no one reported the toddler's disappearance until last week.

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Judge Stan Strickland is shown in court today.
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Judge Stan Strickland is shown in court today.

A rolling billboard with a picture of missing
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A rolling billboard with a picture of missing Caylee Marie Anthony arrives Tuesday, July 22, 2008, at a shopping center at Lake Underhill and Chickasaw Trail in Orlando. The rolling billboard is from the Kid Finders Network from West Palm Beach.

Casey Anthony (left) and her attorney Jose Baez
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Casey Anthony (left) and her attorney Jose Baez talk today during a hearing in Orlando.

Cindy Anthony, grandmother of missing 2-year old girl
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Cindy Anthony, grandmother of missing 2-year old girl Caylee Anthony, sits in the back of a limousine Friday, July 25, 2008, after making appearances on national television shows.

Casey Anthony attends a hearing today in the
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Casey Anthony attends a hearing today in the Orange County Courthouse.

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Attorney Jose Baez (left) consoles George (right) and
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Attorney Jose Baez (left) consoles George (right) and Cindy Anthony (center), parents of Casey Anthony Tuesday, today in a Orange County courtroom after Judge Stan Strickland this afternoon denied a motion to seal Casey Anthony's communications outside the jail.

George and Cindy Anthony leave the Orange County
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George and Cindy Anthony leave the Orange County Jail Video Visitation Center Tuesday, July 29, 2008, after not getting to see nor speak with their daughter. Casey Anthony, the 22-year-old mother who reported her daughter missing about 2 weeks ago, remains in jail on child neglect and other charges.

Local and national television stations record George and
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Local and national television stations record George and Cindy Anthony leaving the Orange County Jail Video Visitation Center Tuesday, July 29, 2008, after not getting to see nor speak to their daughter. Casey Anthony, the 22-year-old mother who reported her daughter missing about 2 weeks ago, remains in jail on child neglect and other charges.

Jonie Jarvis (right) of Orlando offers encouraging words
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Jonie Jarvis (right) of Orlando offers encouraging words to Lee Anthony (left) as he waits to see his sister, Casey, at the Orange County Jail on Monday.

Cindy Anthony, (3rd from left) grandmother of missing
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Cindy Anthony, (3rd from left) grandmother of missing 2-year old girl Caylee Anthony tries to run away from the media Friday, July 25, 2008, after she and her husband visited their daughter, Casey, at the Orange County Jail.

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Cindy and George Anthony grandparents of missing 2
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Cindy and George Anthony grandparents of missing 2 year-old Caylee Marie Anthony outside their home.

Orange County Sheriff' investigators and a Crime Scene
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Orange County Sheriff' investigators and a Crime Scene Technician crime with bags of evidence from the home of George and Cindy Anthony.

Cindy Anthony during a interview with the Orlando
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Cindy Anthony during a interview with the Orlando Sentinel.

Circuit Court Judge Stan Strickland heard arguments from
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Circuit Court Judge Stan Strickland heard arguments from prosecutors and defense attorneys regarding a gag order requested by the state. Defense attorney Jose Baez argued against the gag order along with lawyers representing the Orlando Sentinel and two local news stations.

Deputies tape off near a wooded area after
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Deputies tape off near a wooded area after the discovery of a child's remains near Caylee Anthony's home Thursday morning

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Orange County Sheriff detective Sgt. John Allen and
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Orange County Sheriff detective Sgt. John Allen and crime-scene technicians at the scene where the remains of a child were found Thursday morning.

Casey Anthony's attorney Jose Baez (right) hands over
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Casey Anthony's attorney Jose Baez (right) hands over documents to Assistant State Attorney Linda Drane Burdick in court Thursday.

Casey Anthony voodoo doll
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Casey Anthony voodoo doll

Casey Anthony smiles during a court hearing.
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Casey Anthony smiles during a court hearing.

A memorial stands Friday, Jan. 23, 2009, in
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A memorial stands Friday, Jan. 23, 2009, in the wooded area where the remains of Caylee Marie Anthony were discovered near the Anthony family home in December 2008.

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The Caylee Doll (The Caylee Anthony doll
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The Caylee Doll (The Caylee Anthony doll

Caylee Anthony bracelet
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Caylee Anthony bracelet

Caylee Anthony sticker
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Caylee Anthony sticker

A memorial stands Friday, Jan. 23, 2009, in
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A memorial stands Friday, Jan. 23, 2009, in the wooded area where the remains of Caylee Marie Anthony were discovered near the Anthony family home in December 2008.

Caylee Anthony T-shirt
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Caylee Anthony T-shirt

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George Anthony was found at the Hawaii Motel
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George Anthony was found at the Hawaii Motel on Ridgewood Drive in Daytona Beach after he went missing for several hours.

A memorial stands Friday, Jan. 23, 2009, in
(Credit: ORLANDO SENTINEL)

A memorial stands Friday, Jan. 23, 2009, in the wooded area where the remains of Caylee Marie Anthony were discovered near the Anthony family home in December 2008.

Caption: A memorial stands Friday, Jan. 23, 2009,
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Caption: A memorial stands Friday, Jan. 23, 2009, in the wooded area where the remains of Caylee Marie Anthony were discovered near the Anthony family home in December 2008.

A memorial stands Friday, Jan. 23, 2009, in
(Credit: ORLANDO SENTINEL)

A memorial stands Friday, Jan. 23, 2009, in the wooded area where the remains of Caylee Marie Anthony were discovered near the Anthony family home in December 2008.

A security guard stands at the Halifax Medical
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A security guard stands at the Halifax Medical Center emergency entrance. George Anthony was taken to the hospital after he was found at the Hawaii Motel on Ridgewood Drive in Daytona Beach.

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George Anthony was found at the Hawaii Motel
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George Anthony was found at the Hawaii Motel on Ridgewood Drive in Daytona Beach he went missing for several hours.

Attorney Jose Baez(left) Casey Anthony(center) and Linda Kenney
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Attorney Jose Baez(left) Casey Anthony(center) and Linda Kenney Baden talk together during a hearing Friday, January 30, 2009 at the Orange County Courthouse. During court proceedings ,Orange Circuit Court Judge Stan Strickland denied Casey Anthony's defense team's efforts to get the prosecutors removed from the case. wanted the judge to find out why someone from the State Attorney's Office filed a complaint about defense attorney Jose Baez with the Florida Bar, which later cleared Baez of any wrongdoing. She said that interferes with Anthony's right to counsel.

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