Casey Anthony – Criminal Convictions Reversed

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Convictions Overturned

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Criminal Defense Attorney reports two of Casey Anthony’s four convictions have been overturned, a Billion dollar lawsuit was dismissed, and she filed for bankruptcy. In the criminal case, the court concluded that 2 of her convictions were, “REVERSED, in part; and REMANDED for the vacating of two of Appellant’s convictions in accordance with this opinion. Source: Court Records 

Casey Anthony Sued Billions

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Casey Anthony Bankruptcy Filing

Casey was sued for 3 Billion dollars in federal court and won that one. Source: Court Records. Finally, this week Casey Anthony filed for bankruptcy and that case is pending. Source:
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Casey’s Opinion

Yesterday we had three people (not including Casey Anthony whose whereabouts are unknown)  in the field covering police activity and fun at a huge event called Gasparilla. We had coverage from several camera positions, including a live feed from a helicopter. We lost followers and fans faster than we could count.

Conclusion: since sensationalism and bad news are what readers want, this is what you got – another Casey Anthony update.

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Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer, Cheney Mason reached out to the jury in a very real way during closing arguments. Mr. Mason is a Board Certified expert in Criminal Trial law and his strategic decisions resulted in a defense acquittal on all but a few misdemeanors.

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Florida Statute: 843.02

Level: Misd (Misdemeanor)
Degree: 1st
843.02 Resisting officer without violence to his or her person.
Whoever shall resist, obstruct, or oppose any officer as defined in s. 943.10(1), (2), (3), (6), (7), (8), or (9); member of the Parole Commission or any administrative aide or supervisor employed by the commission; county probation officer; parole and probation supervisor; personnel or representative of the Department of Law Enforcement; or other person legally authorized to execute process in the execution of legal process or in the lawful execution of any legal duty, without offering or doing violence to the person of the officer, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083.

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