Casey Anthony Ordered Back to Florida to Serve Probabtion for Her Check Fraud Case … Will She or Won’t She?
It appears there will be a Casey Anthony sighting after all.
The media has had a fascination as to where Casey Anthony was since she was released from jail following her time served after she was found “not guilty” by a jury in the death of her daughter Caylee Anthony. However, they may not have far after Orange Circuit Judge Stan Strickland signed amended court documents on Monday requiring Casey Anthony to serve one year of supervised probation. According to the amended docs, the tot mom, Casey Anthony will have to report in person by early Thursday.
Orange Circuit Judge Stan Strickland signed amended court documents Monday requiring Anthony to serve one year of supervised probation — as he originally intended when he sentenced her in a check fraud case last year.
From my reading of this, she should be reporting to probation in Orlando probably within 72 hours,” Strickland said early Monday. “I suspect she’s going to be required to report to probation.”
Meanwhile, Department of Corrections officials confirmed they have reached out to Anthony’s attorneys about having her report to probation.
“We’re in contact with Casey Anthony’s attorneys to set up her first report visit,” spokeswoman Gretl Plessinger said. “We’re prepared to move forward with the court order.”
Maybe Casey is not so Teflon after all, thank God. However, look for her defense legal team to appeal this decision. Cheney Mason stated that the defense will file a motion that Judge Stan Strickland be disqualified from the case as well as the tot mom’s attorneys will seek an emergency motion to set aside Strickland’s order that Anthony must go on probation for a year. Wouldn’t it be fantastic if the smug and arrogant Anthony did not show up to report for probation and was could in contempt, violates to conditions of her probation and is thrown back in jail. One can dare to dream that some form of “JUSTICE” is brought to bare for Caylee Anthony.
“If she doesn’t report, she’ll be in violation of her probation, unless something legally happens and we’re told to hold off,” Plessinger said.
But if the sentence sticks, any violation of probation could send Anthony back to jail.
It’s likely Anthony’s defense team will challenge this turn of events, and say she should not serve probation because she already did that while in jail. An argument claiming “double jeopardy” is expected.
Hmm, how many convicted individuals serve their probation while in jail?
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