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Well, I honestly haven't really been following the case. However, considering that 4/5 cases that go to trial end in convictions, her odds don't look good. Also, the publicity can really work for her in either direction. O.J. got off because the jury liked him (maybe they saw him in Naked Gun). Whereas Scott Peterson was convicted on an abysmally small amount of evidence (compared to O.J.) because it was proven that he had cheated on his wife; and juries hate cheaters. If I had to make an educated guess, Anthony will get convicted but her sentence will be relatively light compared to what a male offender, especially minority, would receive.
I believe she did it, but so far I have not seen the evidence I would like to see for a conviction.
It is tempting because of the nature of this horrifying, inexcusable crime to say--yes, hang the b---h. But, the end does not justify the means. There must be clear evidence for the conviction, rather than substantial evidence, otherwise we innocent people could very well end up behind bars for something we did not do.
by Bri_bri6 years ago
I believe that she shouldnt be let out of jail
by FitnezzJim5 years ago
What lessons have we learned from the Casey Anthony trial?With the recent verdict of 'not guilty' with respect to murder charges, but guilty with respect to lying to investigators, what lessons, if any, can we draw from...
by justamber6 years ago
Do you agree with the jury's decision on the Casey Anthony trial?
by Live Life Loving6 years ago
Last time I checked there were not witnesses to this alleged murder, homicide, manslaughter accidental drowning whatever you want to call it. Everyone is angry because Casey did not get the death penalty however unless...
by TMMason6 years ago
I don't know if any of you have been watching this trial... but Jose Biaz got her off.She is going home...Wow!That is insane...WTF?...What do they think happened to that baby?I believe the judge is going to let her go...
by h_spi6 years ago
How could a mother harm any innocent child, let alone her own flesh and blood? That is the question reverberating in the minds of normal Americans for the last three years. The answer may be as close as the nearest...
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