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Casey Anthony Sentenced for Lying to Police

July 07, 2011  | 

Orange County, Fla., Chief Judge Belvin Perry sentenced Casey Anthony this morning for lying to police, giving her four years in jail and credit for the time she's already served since 2008. She's scheduled for a July 13 release.

Anthony must also pay four $1,000 fines for each count of lying to police.

Anthony was acquitted Tuesday of first-degree murder in connection with her daughter Caylee's death.

Source: Los Angeles Times

Tags: Murder Prosecutions, Orange County (Fla.) Sheriff


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Kathe Crew @ 7/7/2011 10:22 AM

The newspapers are not stating this, but this morning at sentencing I heard the Judge rule that Anthonywill be required to repay the LE agencies that followed leads which were false due to her lying. He said prosecution has 29 days (I think) in which to provide him with an accounting from the LE agencies so he can assess the total amount owed by her.

Why is this important fact not being mentioned??? Perhaps the usual anti-cop mentality of most newspapers, I suppose ...

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