Friday, June 17, 2011

Father Casey Anthony's lawyer asked the court suspended sentence

Casey Anthony defense attorney as a surprising advantage in the murder trial on Thursday to wonder if Casey's brother Lee could be the father of her two daughters Caylee, who was found dead in 2008. Judge Belvin Perry immediately dismissed the jury after the defense attorney Jose Baez has asked the question of paternity, the first day of the defense to present its case, after 3 1 / 2 weeks of prosecution witnesses. After the jury, an argument broke out between lawyers for the relevance of the issue irritable. Heather Seubert, FBI DNA expert, told the judge that George and Lee Anthony, Casey's father, were excluded as possible father of Caylee. Perry accused Baez and asked him to read the case law on "issues of good faith" before taking a break for lunch. Prosecutors accuse Casey, 25, June 16, 2008 to kill Caylee, storing the baby's body in his car trunk and then pour in the woods near his home. Caylee was reported missing July 15, 2008, after a car Casey was found in a pound and her mother, Cindy Anthony described it as the smell of death. Skeletal remains of children were found in a forest near the family home of Antonio December 11, 2008, after a nationwide search. In his opening statement last month, Joan Baez, Casey said he had been abused by her father and that Caylee had drowned in the family pool. Thursday started quietly with the testimony of experts. 
Orange County Sheriff's crime scene investigator Bloise Geraldo, who inspected the car Casey July 23, 2008, said the items found in the trunk. Bloise said he also checked vehicles engaged to Casey on the same day and found no odor or in the trash. 
Bloise said fluorescent light tests on the clothing of the House of Casey, August 6, 2008.Items that were positive for liquids that have been sent by the FBI to examine the blood and DNA. Seubert, the FBI expert, said the objects in the trunk of Casey have been tested and no blood or DNA was detected. The pieces of clothing in the room showed no signs Casey blood and DNA.

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