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Topic - Belvin Perry
At first glance, the paperwork ordering the release of two convicted murderers serving life sentences in a Florida prison looked legitimate.
Casey Anthony must pay almost $100,000 in law enforcement costs for investigating the death of her 2-year-old daughter, a Florida judge ruled Thursday.
Since her release from jail, Casey Anthony has been A) sipping iced coffee and shopping at an Old Navy store near the Ohio State campus, B) camped out in a Florida Panhandle beachfront rental home, C) running from a private jet in Orlando with her head covered by a jacket or D) none of the above.
A jury in central Florida resumed deliberations Tuesday in the murder trial of Casey Anthony, beginning Day 2 deciding the 25-year-old's fate.
Officials say the caller has mentioned Chief Judge Belvin Perry.
Newer, more technologically advanced measures may have to be implemented as Florida's court system finishes transitioning into a paperless system, he said.