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Florida / Anthony Trial / The Verdict / A Discussion #997023

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 06, 2011
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(Studio: John King) What jurors 3 and 2 said about the verdict in the Casey Anthony murder trial noted. [With ABC's Barbara Walters, defense attorney Jose BAEZ - opposes a false conviction.]

(Orlando: Martin Savidge) The motion by the state of Florida to tax Casey Anthony for special costs {restitution}, a potential civil action against Casey, how the four guilty counts could be served, how she would released and where she could go reviewed. [HLN's Vinnie POLITAN†- speculates about Casey's sentence.]

(Studio: John King) Live discussion held with attorney/author Marcia Clark and CNN's legal analyst about the Anthony trial verdict. [CLARK, TOOBIN - compare the trials of Casey and O.J. Simpson; comment on jurors profiting with book deals.] [CLARK - questions sequestering juries in high-profile cases because a group dynamic of consensus arises.] [TOOBIN - calls it a bogus move by the state to "tax" Casey: it is silly.]

Reporter(s):
King, John;
Savidge, Martin
Duration:
00:10:30

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