Casey Anthony Ordered To Return To Orlando Fla

August 1, 2011 by USA Post 

Casey Anthony Ordered To Return To Orlando FlaCasey Anthony Ordered To Return To Orlando Fla, Casey Anthony, who has been in hiding since her acquittal seen last month of killing her daughter Caylee, was ordered by a judge in Florida today appear before a probation officer in Orlando, Florida, within 72 hours.

Judge Stan Strickland ordered Anthony, 25, to serve 412 days in jail followed by a year of probation on charges that she stole checks from Amy Huizenga and her friend cashed fraudulently. The judge ordered was first published in January 2010, while Anthony was in jail awaiting trial in her murder case.

Time when Anthony was released on July 17 after her murder acquittal, he was given was for the 412 days in jail on charges of check fraud, and prison officials interpreted the judge’s order in the sense that probation was also served during the time in jail.

Strickland today signed an order clarifying it’s ruling, which was intended to be served probation once released from prison.

According to court documents, to Strickland also required to pay Anthony and 348 in court costs and 20 and one month for the required supervision with probation. She is also forbidden any contact with Huizenga.

Anthony is required to report to her probation officer by the fifth day of each month, and she was not allowed to leave the Orange County, Florida without the permission of her probation officer.

Anthony has not been seen since he left the Orange County Jail after her acquittal on murder charges. For Strickland to inform a probation officer can force her back into the spotlight. It is speculated that Anthony could be a number of hiding places from Florida to California.

TMZ reported today that Anthony has acknowledged that her behavior was wrong when her daughter died and she never reported the children missing or dead, and is seeking advice.

Anthony was acquitted of murder but guilty of four counts of lying to law enforcement officials to insist that Caylee was stolen by a nanny, claiming she had a job at Universal Studios and other lies. She was credited for time served in these positions.

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