Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Over the past couple of years we have heard stories regarding evidence ranging from chemical impounds to alien abduction's. Hopefully within the next couple of weeks we will finally get to what the law consider culpable evidence. Unfortunately what is common sense to us get confused in the court of law.
My hope is that all though some of the evidence is obviously against Casey
that people would take into consideration all the evidence and make a Just decision.I'm sure if you are like me you have been accused of something by rumors or hearsay that was not the total truth,and after all of the facts came out you where finally exonerated.
It's hard to imagine a parent/mom having the ability to take the life of there only child. As a mom who loves her children dearly and has been involved in this case since the beginning,I often try to comprehend the thoughts that must have been going with Casey Anthony. My thoughts and prayers are that what ever the truth is ,that in the end Caylee Marie Anthony will get her justice serve.
Curtis Jackson, a 35-year-old inmate at the Baraga Maximum Correctional Facility, made the filing using handwritten notes.
All filings in court cases become part of the public record.
According to prison records, Jackson was sentenced for several offenses, including assault with intent to rob while armed and bribery of a public officer.
Published : Tuesday, 05 Apr 2011, 9:19 AM EDT
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - A man in prison in Michigan filed a motion with the Orange County Clerk of Courts late Monday asking for Casey Anthony’s attorney Jose Baez to be removed from the case. The hand written motion was filed by Curtis Jackson is not considered a legal document.
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Jackson’s hand written note was filed with the clerk’s office late Monday. The Orange County Court issued the following statement regarding the filing:
“To clarify, the Clerk filed a Motion in this case labeled “Defendant’s Motion for Withdrawal of Appointed Counsel” along with a brief and affidavit. They are filed by an inmate in Michigan allegedly on Ms. Anthony’s behalf. It is obviously filed by someone not connected to the case. I do not know the Clerk's policy on filing documents such as this. The Court did not receive a courtesy copy.”
Anthony, 25, is charged with first-degree murder in the 2008 death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee Marie. She has pleaded not guilty, claiming a babysitter kidnapped her toddler. Caylee was last seen in June of 2008, but she was not reported missing until a month later. Her remains were found in woods near the family's home in December 2008.