Orange Circuit Judge Stan Strickland says that the amended court documents he just signed will require Casey Anthony to serve one year of supervised probation as he intended when he sentenced her in her check fraud case. Do you think Casey Anthony should be forced to serve a year of probation in her check fraud case?
Reagrdless, the Orange County Clerk of Courts office confirmed Friday that it was working to amend the wording in the check fraud sentencing document to more accurately reflect Strickland’s intentions. Do you think Casey Anthony’s defense team should challange this? If they do challange this the defense would have to make a legal argument before Orange-Osceola Chief Judge Belvin Perry in some kind of “emergency hearing.” The information is from http://www.sun-sentinel.com/os-casey-anthony-probation-20110801,0,7618332.story.
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