Saturday, June 25, 2011

"A Legal Issue Has Arisen" - Anthony Trial Recessed!

Another Stall In Casey Anthony Murder Trial - Something Big Coming?

After a closed door meeting with attorneys and the judge in the Casey Anthony trial, Judge Belvin Perry mysteriously recessed the court session for Saturday, only saying there was a "legal issue."

The court got off to another rocky start as the state again objected to a defense witness to be called today who allegedly broke the court's order to provide a report covering areas to which will be testified.

Handling discovery violations of Jose Baez has been getting routine for the judge, who has threatened sanctions against the inexperienced defense attorney. The judge told Baez last week that he may refer to the Florida Bar a complaint, and open contempt of court proceedings at the conclusion of this trial.

Just before 10 a.m., on the day when testimony  was scheduled to continue until 3 p.m., the judge unexpectedly announced court would be recessed until Monday morning due to a "legal issue" which had arisen.

The delay seems extraordinarily serious as many witnesses were at the court Saturday ready to testify. If there was a problem with only one or two the trial could easily continue.

Perry is very careful with time and not inconveniencing the jurors. To recess the Saturday session means something very big is about to happen.

Speculation On The Secrets Behind Closed Doors

1. Casey Anthony has decided to make a plea deal to accept less than a death penalty. She was reportedly crying before court started Saturday morning.
(Anthony was also openly distraught during testimony by her brother Lee Friday about Lee's not visiting Casey and Caylee in the hospital. Real emotions or not, maybe the truth is getting to her and she's ready to give up?)

2. Another witness is being called to testify by Jose Baez, violating the court's "report" orders, and the judge is contemplating excluding the witness entirely. This would be an extraordinary move and would certainly call for an appeal should an conviction be made.

3. The judge is ready to sanction Baez again for his repeated violations of court orders. Or Baez is withdrawing from the case? He has already been sanctioned and fined by the court in January.

4. Jose Baez has filed motions regarding U.S.  Department of Defense employee William Rodriquez. Rodriquez unexpectedly ended testimony for the defense after it was learned he had not received permission from the DOD to testify and allegedly could be fired from his job if he continued. Baez wants to force him back to testify no matter what?

5. The judge didn't seem angry when making the recess announcement leading to a prediction there's a plea deal in progress. Baez may be realizing the case may go farther against his client than he ever figured, and it's time to give up.

6. Witness Perjury or Jury Misconduct? Many have reported unbelief in Cindy Anthony's testimony, and an investigation may have been underway surrounding her former nursing job and time cards testified about. With the many delays and inconvenience of sequestration of out-of-town jurors (they are from St. Petersburg) there might have been occasion for a juror to have discussed the case or heard something about the case they should not have in recent days.


  1. Anonymous10:58 AM

    I know there is a plea deal. She agreed to 20 years.

  2. I just hope there is justice for Caylee. Doubt the real truth ever comes out.

  3. Anonymous11:19 AM

    Of course you do Anonymous!!!

  4. Anonymous11:23 AM

    Casey wanted to try and take some of the stress off her family and knew she would be found GUILTY so she asked her attorney to get her less than death.I believe this was from messages sent through Biaz from her family request.

  5. laurie12:12 PM

    casey cares about noone but herself, she let them accuse her dad of molesting her and hiding Caylees body, she could care less, she thinks she will walk free, demented she is

  6. Hey Anonymous, if you know there is a deal why don't you know how to spell Baez?

  7. Anonymous2:23 PM

    I think there is a plea deal, but I believe that she should get the death penalty after all she has done.

  8. Anonymous2:25 PM

    I think she needs mental health I believe she's mentally insane in the head and is a pathalogical lyer.

  9. Anonymous3:06 PM

    I think the attorneys and the Judge want to play golf!!

  10. NO PLEA DEAL... my pal Jean Casearez spoke with Cheney Mason and he confirmed. Please RT to end speculation!


  11. Anonymous8:21 AM

    deal or no deal. you guys are doing exactly what the prosecution is doing -- speculation. i dont know whether casey killed her daughter or not, but i do know that so far they have not proven it 'beyond a reasonable doubt', and if there is doubt then she must be acquitted. peace.

  12. Anonymous10:31 PM

    why didnt they just waterboard her on July 16th 2008? She would have caved in moments............

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