FINAL ADJOURNMENT: Casey Anthony to depart jail on July 17th..

  • HndsmKansan

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    Jul 07, 2011 6:13 PM GMT
    I'll have to get the details, but after review and determination, she's in her last week in jail.

    With civil litigation considered, she may be back to court, but not to jail .
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Jul 08, 2011 7:37 AM GMT
    Just like OJ, she'll get tripped up somehow and end up back in jail one day. I just don't see this one ending well at all.
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    Jul 08, 2011 10:21 AM GMT
    i just dont get how she was smiling so much in court. what is there to smile about? there is nothing pleasant at all about it
  • rnch

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    Jul 08, 2011 11:09 AM GMT
    thecanadianone saidi just dont get how she was smiling so much in court. what is there to smile about? there is nothing pleasant at all about it




    she was smiling because she "beat the system" and got off scott free for murdering her baby icon_exclaim.gif



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    Jul 08, 2011 11:22 AM GMT
    rnch said
    thecanadianone saidi just dont get how she was smiling so much in court. what is there to smile about? there is nothing pleasant at all about it




    she was smiling because she "beat the system" and got off scott free for murdering her baby icon_exclaim.gif



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    I would definitely smile too if I know I literally just got away with murder and could't be tried for it ever again.

    She could literally write a book saying she did it, stand on the court steps and announce she did it or broadcast it on national tv saying she did it and nothing would happen to her. She not only beat the system but she just owned it.
  • NerdLifter

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    Jul 08, 2011 11:25 AM GMT
    Guy101 said
    rnch said
    thecanadianone saidi just dont get how she was smiling so much in court. what is there to smile about? there is nothing pleasant at all about it

    she was smiling because she "beat the system" and got off scott free for murdering her baby icon_exclaim.gif
    icon_mad.gif

    I would definitely smile too if I know I literally just got away with murder and could't be tried for it ever again.

    She could literally write a book saying she did it, stand on the court steps and announce she did it or broadcast it on national tv saying she did it and nothing would happen to her. She not only beat the system but she just owned it.

    I'm going to be sick to my stomach. Guy101, you make the justice system to sound like a game. What sickens me most about it is I personally know people who perceive crime and justice as just that, a sick game to be played; "you only lose if you get caught," mentality.

    Humanity feels so gross to be apart of right now. What ever happened to an ethical and moral core being the basis of our decision making? icon_neutral.gif This is why I've had 3 different professors all tell me I shouldn't be a lawyer.
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    Jul 08, 2011 11:54 AM GMT
    Studinprogress said
    Guy101 said
    rnch said
    thecanadianone saidi just dont get how she was smiling so much in court. what is there to smile about? there is nothing pleasant at all about it

    she was smiling because she "beat the system" and got off scott free for murdering her baby icon_exclaim.gif
    icon_mad.gif

    I would definitely smile too if I know I literally just got away with murder and could't be tried for it ever again.

    She could literally write a book saying she did it, stand on the court steps and announce she did it or broadcast it on national tv saying she did it and nothing would happen to her. She not only beat the system but she just owned it.

    I'm going to be sick to my stomach. Guy101, you make the justice system to sound like a game. What sickens me most about it is I personally know people who perceive crime and justice as just that, a sick game to be played; "you only lose if you get caught," mentality.

    Humanity feels so gross to be apart of right now. What ever happened to an ethical and moral core being the basis of our decision making? icon_neutral.gif This is why I've had 3 different professors all tell me I shouldn't be a lawyer.


    Your professors probably gave you good advice.
  • GQjock

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    Jul 08, 2011 8:18 PM GMT
    Studinprogress said
    Guy101 said
    rnch said
    thecanadianone saidi just dont get how she was smiling so much in court. what is there to smile about? there is nothing pleasant at all about it

    she was smiling because she "beat the system" and got off scott free for murdering her baby icon_exclaim.gif
    icon_mad.gif

    I would definitely smile too if I know I literally just got away with murder and could't be tried for it ever again.

    She could literally write a book saying she did it, stand on the court steps and announce she did it or broadcast it on national tv saying she did it and nothing would happen to her. She not only beat the system but she just owned it.

    I'm going to be sick to my stomach. Guy101, you make the justice system to sound like a game. What sickens me most about it is I personally know people who perceive crime and justice as just that, a sick game to be played; "you only lose if you get caught," mentality.

    Humanity feels so gross to be apart of right now. What ever happened to an ethical and moral core being the basis of our decision making? icon_neutral.gif This is why I've had 3 different professors all tell me I shouldn't be a lawyer.


    I don't think that the blame should be going to the lawyers
    They did what any lawyer would have done for a client facing a capital crime
    They clouded the issue and placed roadblocks in the way of the prosecutions assertions that this was a premeditated murder

    Where the system gets messed up over the last few years is that increasingly jurors are expecting prosecutors to hand them a case with a DNA clinch .... That seals the case
    ESP on these high profile cases

    The truth is SOMEBODY killed that child
    And tha evidence overwhelmingly pointed toward the mother
    Whether or not it was premeditated is up for debate
    But she Was responsible for her. Death
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    Jul 08, 2011 8:19 PM GMT
    Bullshit just complete bullshit this is icon_mad.gificon_evil.gif
  • NerdLifter

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    Jul 08, 2011 8:33 PM GMT
    GQjock said
    Studinprogress said
    Guy101 said
    rnch said
    thecanadianone saidi just dont get how she was smiling so much in court. what is there to smile about? there is nothing pleasant at all about it

    she was smiling because she "beat the system" and got off scott free for murdering her baby icon_exclaim.gif
    icon_mad.gif

    I would definitely smile too if I know I literally just got away with murder and could't be tried for it ever again.

    She could literally write a book saying she did it, stand on the court steps and announce she did it or broadcast it on national tv saying she did it and nothing would happen to her. She not only beat the system but she just owned it.

    I'm going to be sick to my stomach. Guy101, you make the justice system to sound like a game. What sickens me most about it is I personally know people who perceive crime and justice as just that, a sick game to be played; "you only lose if you get caught," mentality.

    Humanity feels so gross to be apart of right now. What ever happened to an ethical and moral core being the basis of our decision making? icon_neutral.gif This is why I've had 3 different professors all tell me I shouldn't be a lawyer.


    I don't think that the blame should be going to the lawyers
    They did what any lawyer would have done for a client facing a capital crime
    They clouded the issue and placed roadblocks in the way of the prosecutions assertions that this was a premeditated murder

    Where the system gets messed up over the last few years is that increasingly jurors are expecting prosecutors to hand them a case with a DNA clinch .... That seals the case
    ESP on these high profile cases

    The truth is SOMEBODY killed that child
    And tha evidence overwhelmingly pointed toward the mother
    Whether or not it was premeditated is up for debate
    But she Was responsible for her. Death

    I wasn't specifically referring to the defense lawyers in the case. I was comparing the morals of Casey Anothony with civil corporate attorney's which was the field I was thinking about going into and was asking my professor's about (because I was told by multiple professors I might be asked sometime during my corporate law career to do something I find 'unsavory,' and I'd rather quit a job than do something I find highly unethical and immoral). I never meant to imply that I was discussing something about the defense attorneys in this case.