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Florida / Anthony Trial / The Verdict / Defense Team Celebration / Caylee's Father #996975

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 05, 2011
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(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with InSession's Jean Casarez about the defense team in the trial of Casey Anthony. [CASAREZ - says the team will argue to get Casey released on time served rather than serving more time for misdemeanors on which she was convicted; comments on observing the defense team celebration in a restaurant across the street from the courthouse.]

(Studio: John King) Report introduced.

(No location given; Randi Kaye) The question of who is Caylee's father examined; details given about DNA evidence; scenes shown from the trial; details given about what her ex-fiance, friends and mother, Cindy, said about the fatherhood issue.

King, John

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