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Sunday, July 3, 2011

At the Courthouse: Casey Anthony Murder Trial

Today, we watched the Closing Arguments of the Casey Anthony Murder Trial on TV. It was pretty intense while Atty Jeff Ashton from the prosecution team lay the facts to the Jury for 77 minutes. Each team will be given 4 hours of closing arguments so, this will gonna take whole day today. They can comeback tomorrow for Jury deliberation. But, if they can't finish the closing arguments today, they will comeback tomorrow and continue.Hubby and I wanted to see the Courthouse to see the reaction of the crowd there. Sure enough, people are with in the vicinity hoping to get a slot for tomorrow's session. Today is Sunday but, the courthouse has a crowd of observers and media people. I saw Judge Alex of Fox Channel, a show who handle cases in small claims court. He was having lunch in a pizza place where we are. He was seated two tables from where we are. There were local media personality too and the whole place is overwhelming.The Orange County Courthouse is located in Orange Avenue in Downtown Orlando. The whole complex has a 23-level courthouse tower with two five-story office buildings for the State Attorney and Public Defender. There is a car parking facility with 1,500 capacity. Today, we park nearby the courthouse just across the street and it's FREE parking every Sunday.
The High-volume courts and also Clerk of the Courts as well as the jury assembly area are located in the tower's four-story base. There is a special purpose courtroom on the 23rd level. I just knew this today too that there are dedicated elevators that carry the Judges, Inmates and the public to the courtrooms. The Judges travel from their chambers or secure basement parking and the inmates are shuttled from a basement holding area. The public can access from the main lobby. This is pretty interesting and safe for everybody! Anyway, outside the courtroom there were people who are debating about casey's behaviour just to be on TV. Some looks smart and educated but, mostly I saw weird people who are trying to be righteous! Well, in few days more, verdict will be serve. Where there will be JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE?

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