Law enforcement officials in Orange County say that so far there are no credible threats against Casey Anthony that require prosecution. No 'elaborate security protection' is planned.
Casey Anthony will stay in jail until July 13, serving her sentence for lying to police investigating the disappearance of 2-year-old Caylee Anthony. Jurors, meanwhile, begin to defend their verdict.
Casey Anthony trial jurors acquitted the defendant on all charges related to the death of toddler Caylee Anthony. Sentencing for misdemeanor charges of giving false information is set for Thursday.
Casey Anthony wept after the clerk read the verdict, which jurors reached after less than 11 hours of deliberation over two days.
Casey Anthony trial: The jury of seven women and five men is in the jury room after spending about a minute in the courtroom Tuesday morning before Judge Belvin Perry dismissed them to continue dissecting the case.
Both sides in the Casey Anthony murder trial have laid out their final arguments focusing on disputed evidence, including duct tape found near Caylee Anthony's remains. Jury deliberations are expected to begin Monday.
In the Casey Anthony murder trial, there's been no confession, no eye witnesses, and no direct physical evidence capable of telling the tale with scientific certainty. Closing arguments begin Sunday.
An expert called by the defense in the Casey Anthony murder trial sought to explain how a young mother might grieve the loss of her child. The defendant, listening, began to cry.
Caylee Anthony was reported missing to the Orange County Sherriff's office on July 15, 2008, by her grandmother, Cindy Anthony. During the same call, Caylee's mother, Casey Anthony, told the operator that her daughter had been missing for 31 days. Caylee's remains were found five months later.