This is going to be an amazing trial. There will be no winners in this case. All are going to be loosers including the taxpayers of Florida.
This is a resume enhancing trial for many people. This trial will be studied.
Does anyone have the URL's for the depos that were filed so we can read them directly?
State of Florida vs. Casey Marie Anthony
Case Number 48-2008-CF-015606-O
The following has been prepared to ensure full access without compromising the right of the litigant to a fair and orderly trial. It is the Ninth Judicial Circuit Courtís goal to ensure that the media and general public are accommodated to the best of theCourtís/Countyís/Cityís abilities during this special interest/high profile proceeding. Check this webpage often for any updates related to this case.
Media Administrative Orders
Please review Amended Administrative Order 07-96-19 Governing Special Interest/High Profile Proceedings signed by Chief Judge Belvin Perry, Jr. Also, review Rule 2.450 of the Rules of Judicial Administration, Standards of Conduct and Technology Governing Electronic Media and Still Photography Coverage of Judicial Proceedings. These may be found on the Media Policies webpage. Please note that these orders and any orders issued by Judge Perry will be strictly enforced.
The Roger A. Barker Courtroom on the 23rd Floor of the Orange County Courthouse will be used for the State vs. Casey Anthony trial. Reserved courtroom seating will be provided on a limited basis for members of the media who possess a court issued credential AND a seating pass. Issuance of seating passes will be based on availability and is still to be determined. Check the courtís website for updates.
In Session and the Orlando Sentinel will be providing the video and still pool feeds for media coverage of this trial. No additional cameras will be permitted to be used in the courtroom. Cell phones are allowed in the courtroom, however use of cell phone cameras is prohibited. Cell phones must be placed in the vibrate or off mode. No other devices capable of taking pictures or capturing sound may be operated inside the courtroom. Such devices include, but are not limited to, cell phones, cameras, digital voice recorders or similar technical devices. A person who operates a non-approved device will have the device confiscated by court security and may be held in contempt of court.
Due to the distractive nature of the keyboards, laptop use will not be permitted in the courtroom. Devices with virtual keyboards such as IPads as well as Blackberrys and other data phones for text transmissions will be permitted. These may only be used by court credentialed media in designated media seats provided they are not distractive. Power for these devices will not be provided in the courtroom. Members of the general public or anyone sitting in seats designated for the public will not be permitted to use any of these devices.
The trial will begin daily at *8:45 a.m. The court deputy will open the courtroom for all media and general public at approximately 8:20 a.m. The courtroom will be made available to the pool media before the proceeding for installation and power-up of equipment.
*Subject to Change
23rd Floor Lobby
For the purposes of this trial, the courtroom rules and procedures have been extended to the 23rd floor lobby. Therefore, no cameras or recording devices can be used in this area and loitering in this area will not be permitted by media or members of the public. A single pool video camera and a single still camera will be allowed in the lobby for coverage of ingress & egress to the courtroom. Assignment of these pool positions and sharing of taped footage/photos is the sole responsibility of the media.
The court has designated two areas to serve as media rooms for the duration of the State vs. Casey Anthony case.
The media room, located on the second floor of the Orange County Courthouse (room 230), offers limited work space (6 seats) with the ability to monitor and record the pool feed from the courtroom. The video signal is composite and audio is at microphone level.
Robyn Adam's recalls first time meeting Casey Anthony
Last Updated: Saturday, March 19, 2011 5:07 PM
Adams said she didn't pry into Casey's criminal case, but that Casey would open up to her. When she did, she learned more about the mysterious nanny, Zenaida Gonzalez.
"At first she told me that she dropped Caylee off at the babysitter's in an apartment complex in Orlando," Adams said. "However, towards the end of our stay, once we started to progress with our relationship, our communication, that changed."
She said that Zenaida did not have anything to do with Caylee's disappearance.
Adams also spoke to Casey the night after Caylee's remains were found.
"She was in rare form. Her eyes were bloodshot. She had been... she was hysterical. She was a mess. She was a mess," Adams said.
Overall, Adams describes a different Casey than the one she sees portrayed on TV.
Crusty'OCrotch wants to write a book!! Hahaha"Casey and I did talk way back when about writing a book. We've talked about doing a lot of things together," Adams said. "She wanted to write a book just about this situation."
FYI, on WS;
Dr. Bruce Goldberger - 9/5/10 - 39 pages"What is up" is these media outlets have to pay $1/page for copies of these depositions.
The latest dump's cost is $2000+ (over 2000 pages)
I'm not saying they don't shell out the $$$ for them, but it takes them a long time to go thru them, and then they pick and choose what THEY think WE want to read or the most interesting.....this has happened in the past with this case. It really p!sses me off, but we don't have any control over it.
James Jawitz - 9/8/10 03/10/2011 Notice of Filing - 37 pages
Maureen Bradley - 9/29/10 - 30 pages
03/10/2011 Transcript Filed
John Dennis Bradley - 10/7/10 - 37 pages
Erin Martin - 9/29/10 03/10/2011 Notice of Filing - 36 pages
Cary Oien - 9/29/10 03/10/2011 Notice of Filing - 26 pages
03/10/2011 Transcript Filed
Dr. Michael Warren, PH.D - 9/8/10 - 137 pages
Stephen Shaw - 4/8/10 03/10/2011 Notice of Filing - 76 pages
Dr. Michael Sigman, PH.D - 11/3/10 03/10/2011 Notice of Filing - 49 pages
03/10/2011 Transcript Filed Sandra Cawn - 11/9/10 - 75 pages
03/10/2011 Transcript Filed William Moore - 11/16/10 - 72 pages
03/10/2011 Transcript Filed Dr. Gary L. Utz, M.D. - 9/28/10 - 104 pages
03/10/2011 Transcript Filed Dr. Jan C. Garavaglia, M.D - 9/28/10 - 115 pages
03/10/2011 Transcript Filed Dr. John J. Schultz, PH.D - 11/1/10 - 131 pages
03/10/2011 Transcript Filed Dr. David W. Hall, PH.D - 9/8/10 - 120 pages
03/10/2011 Transcript Filed Elizabeth K . Fontaine - 4/8/10 - 188 pages
03/10/2011 Transcript Filed Lorie Gottesman - 4/7/10 - 170 pages
03/10/2011 Transcript Filed Heather Seubert - 4/8/10 - 240 pages
03/10/2011 Transcript Filed Karen Lowe - 4/7/10 - 212 pages
Appling Wells transcript - 155 pages
Adriana Acevedo transcript - 86 pages
No mention of gum chewing in the courtroom?
I guess Cindy can chew her cud until her heart's content like the fucking fat-ass cow she is ..
Wow, there's a lot of news to catch up on--y'all do such a great job LOVE your new avvie pic, Groovy hahaha
By now (lol) at least one person will have commented on this article, but couldn't resist a remark or two.
Funny how it only serves to make Baez look like he should be the one to be embarrassed?“You screamed like a little girl” – Mr. Baez is not satisfied with his previous statement and must repeat himself. However, he now leaves out the word “just”. He must leave out “just” because he now asserts Mr. Ashton did not “just” scream, but “screamed like a little girl”. Mr. Baez believes comparing the verbalization of Mr. Ashton to the verbalization of a “little girl” will embarrass Mr. Ashton.
LOL! Well, let's not forget the screaming part: Baez pitches a hissy fit 50 percent of the time he speaks at the courtroom podium.We have learned Mr. Baez would feel insulted if someone were to refer to him as a “little girl”. Mr. Baez is sensitive about both his height, “little”, and his manliness, “girl”.
Last edited by Melanctha; March 20th, 2011 at 12:20 PM.
There sure are rules in the courtroom. Perry needs to enforce them NOW... Cindy and the swilling water bottle and the cud chewing... check this out.
These were written by Judge Perry and he needs to enforce them.
It's the latest depositions added to the court file in the Case against Casey.Case against Casey: Scoop about the shovel
By Jacqueline Fell, Reporter
Last Updated: Sunday, March 20, 2011 4:10 PM
Lending a shovel -- it seemed like neighborly thing to do, but weeks later a baby is missing and one neighbor is calling police.
[QUOTE=Angelinfl;499240]You mean they just can't go down there and bring two blank DVD's and get the made FREE.... That's what Murt says. He gives them 2 blank DVD's and then has the discovery which he does NOTHING with... perhaps he amuses himself while looking at them???? No way is he or any other blogger going to get media passes for the trial. I have a great place to share with you guys when it is trial time to discuss in real time. I'll let you know about that later.[/QUOTE]
Now that is exciting! It would be a lot better to discuss real-time. Every once in a while I get on DD and have a hard time getting it to load. No complaining here, but real-time discussions would be perfect!
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