Casey Anthony Ohio
August 3, 2011 by USA Post
TMZ recently posted photos of Anthony, 25, buying clothes. According to the news source, the Orlando native acquitted of murder charges dresses bought an old warehouse in the Navy Department on Sunday.
Anthony was pictured wearing a baseball cap and sunglasses Ohio State University. Sources told TMZ that Anthony has relatives in Ohio, although they were not sure about spending any time with them or where she would be next.
Since her release from prison about three weeks to sources close to Anthony, said he has been moving across the country, according to TMZ. After being discovered on Sunday, the judge called Anthony to return to Orlando to face fraud charges outstanding checks.
Cheney Mason, Anthony defense attorney, requested probation order Judge Stan Strickland to be excused in an emergency motion in court. Mason asked Strickland to “repeal, revoke and set aside” the order since it was introduced some time ago, in January 2010.
The defense attorney said the judge’s order was “made with reckless disregard for due process of Mrs. Anthony and civil rights,” according to The Boston Herald.
Mason also cited a fear for the safety of Anthony if he would return to Orange County.
After her acquittal, the defense attorney said Anthony has received numerous death threats. His motion stated that if Anthony returned to Florida, “put in great danger, and to impose a high cost to taxpayers to ensure their safety.”
For example, the movement included Mason a death threat directed against Anthony.
“Keep smiling,” a photograph with a point in front of Anthony said. “With very large forehead, shot in the head, it will be easier.”
Strickland is out of the courts of the week and it is unclear who will hear the motion of Mason, according to the Boston Herald. Karen Levey, a spokesman for the administration of the court, said a hearing has not yet been established regarding the case of probation, the newspaper reported.
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