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After a jury acquitted Casey Anthony in the 2008 death of her daughter Caylee, a Florida bankruptcy judge has just ruled that she will not have to pay most of her nearly $800,000 in debts.

Nancy: Tot Mom escapes justice…again

More than two years after a jury acquitted Casey Anthony in the 2008 death of her daughter Caylee, a Florida bankruptcy judge ruled that she will not have to pay most of her nearly $800,000 in debts — including those owed to defense attorney Jose Baez.

“Shouldn’t she be forced to at least work?” Nancy Grace asks.

Nancy Grace: Casey's deposition 'unbelievable'

HLN’s Nancy Grace said Thursday that the claims made by Casey Anthony to her own lawyers' mental health experts about her childhood and what happened to her daughter - as revealed in newly released deposition transcripts - are “practically unbelievable.”

In the depositions conducted in April 2011, Dr. Jeffrey Danziger and Dr. William Weitz recounted statements Anthony made to them about being molested as a child and believing her father, George Anthony, was responsible for her daughter Caylee’s death. George Anthony’s attorney issued a statement denying the allegations contained in the documents Wednesday afternoon.

Zenaida Gonzalez Deposed in Tot Mom Lawsuit

Zenaida Gonzalez was deposed for about 12 hours by Casey Anthony’s attorneys on Tuesday in her defamation lawsuit alleging that Anthony falsely accused her of kidnapping 2-year-old Caylee Anthony.

According to CFNews13, Gonzalez and attorneys for both sides arrived for the deposition around 9:00 am and they finally wrapped up around 9:00 pm. Gonzalez’s attorneys had tried and failed to get the event delayed until after issues surrounding Anthony’s deposition are resolved.

Names of Casey Anthony Jurors Released

The names of the twelve jurors who found Casey Anthony not guilty of her daughter’s murder in July were released Tuesday morning by the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida. The five alternate jurors’ names were also released.

Although Florida’s broad public records laws would normally have made their identities public immediately after the trial ended, Judge Belvin Perry ordered a “cooling-off period” of nearly four months to allow public anger over the verdict to subside.

Will Casey Anthony Jurors’ Names Be Released Tuesday?

The names of the jurors in Casey Anthony’s murder trial could be released as early as Tuesday.

Court administration “may release the names only of the fourteen seated jurors who have not already voluntarily released their names in this matter, on or after October 25, 2011,” Judge Belvin Perry ruled on July 26.

Judge to Rule on Casey Anthony Deposition Video within 10 Days

An Orlando judge did not immediately rule Thursday after hearing arguments from attorneys on whether to allow a video of Casey Anthony’s deposition in a civil defamation case to be released to the public.

Judge Lisa Munyon said she would issue a written ruling on the matter within 10 days.

Will Tot Mom Deposition Video Be Released?

A hearing scheduled for Thursday afternoon could determine if a videotaped deposition of Casey Anthony that took place earlier this month will be made public.

The deposition is part of a civil defamation lawsuit filed against Anthony by Zenaida Gonzalez, a woman who claims Anthony falsely accused her of kidnapping her daughter Caylee in July 2008. When Caylee was first reported missing, Anthony told police that a babysitter named Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez had taken her.

Tot Mom Attends Deposition In “Disguise,” Refuses To Answer Questions

Wearing what one attorney described as an “elaborate disguise,” Casey Anthony attended a videotaped deposition Saturday in the civil defamation lawsuit filed against her by Zenaida Gonzalez.

While Anthony did appear via video from an undisclosed location somewhere in Florida, she did not answer many of the questions posed to her by Gonzalez’s attorneys. In response to most inquiries, her attorney invoked her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.

Tot Mom Still Unemployed, Probation Report Shows

Casey Anthony’s monthly probation report has been released, and it shows that she is still unemployed and is not in school.

While Anthony denied using any illegal drugs, she did acknowledge consuming alcohol, which she is allowed to do as long as she does not drink in excess.

Tot Mom Jail Video Released

Judge Belvin Perry unsealed a video Friday that shows Casey Anthony’s reaction as she watched a news report in jail about the discovery of her daughter’s remains in December 2008.

In his order granting a motion to unseal the video filed by CNN affiliate WKMG, Perry stated that the case’s original judge, Stan Strickland, had ruled that the video should stay sealed more than two years ago to protect Anthony’s right to a fair trial and avoid biasing a jury.

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