An empty jury box at the Orange County Courthouse during the Casey Anthony murder trial in 2011.
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November 30, 2015 Experts trace the first completely anonymous jury to 1977. That's when a judge worried about possible jury tampering by a drug kingpin named Leroy "Nicky" Barnes, a man also known as Mr. Untouchable.
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Protesters blast the Casey Anthony verdict outside of the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Florida. Some have vented their fury at the 12-person jury.
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July 17, 2011 Casey Anthony was released from prison today and a majority of the country believes she got away with murder. A tiny portion of them blame the men and women of the jury and want them to pay for their verdict. Blogger Scott Cameron reflects on the latest case of snap judgment and misdirected rage.
July 14, 2011 Casey Anthony is not the only Casey Anthony named Casey Anthony. A 43-year-old black man in Darby, Pennsylvania named Casey Anthony has had his life turned upside down since the verdict. To make matters worse, he has two sons with the same name!
July 14, 2011 When the verdict for the Casey Anthony trial was announced, people reacted strongly in every way and in every form. The case was already a televised event but social media outlets like Twitter and Facebook took the uproar to new heights.
July 7, 2011 Authorities will determine later today how much credit she will be given for the time she's already spent behind bars. Anthony has been in jail since October 2008.
July 7, 2011 There's word from the U.K. that an investigator for News of the World also collected information on families of soldiers killed in Afghanistan and Iraq. Anthony could be given credit for time-served and be released.
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July 6, 2011 In the first hour of Talk of the Nation, the political junkie recaps the week in politics, and listeners share their reaction to the Casey Anthony verdict. In the second hour, young adult literature, and chef Jose Andres.
July 6, 2011 "They didn't show us how Caylee died, and that was important," Russell Hueckler, an alternate juror, tells CBS News. Meanwhile, some experts expect Anthony — who was convicted of lying to authorities — will go free Thursday and could earn millions.
July 6, 2011 Families of victims of London's 2007 bombing may have had their phones hacked by investigators working for News of the World.
June 30, 2011: Casey Anthony listens to testimony during her murder trial in Orlando, Fla.
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July 5, 2011 The young Florida mother's trial has been a constant presence on cable news networks in recent weeks.
July 5, 2011 A young novelist, who says former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn tried to rape her during an interview in 2003, is officially bringing charges against him. Strauss-Kahn's lawyers announced he will counter-sue for defamation of character.
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