casey anthony trial

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  • Fathers Day

    Cindy Anthony said she last saw Caylee on Father's Day, when she took her to visit Cindy's father at an assisted living facility in Mount Dora.
  • Caylee was reported missing

    A month after her disappearance, Cindy Anthony called 911 to report Casey for stealing her car, saying it smelled like a dead body. Cindy called back minutes later to report Caylee missing for the first time after Casey admitted she had not seen her for weeks.
  • Casey gets arrested

    Casey Anthony was arrested after deputies said she told them she worked at Universal Orlando Resort, but after taking her there, she admitted she lied.
  • Casey is released from prison

    Casey walked out of jail 10:30 a.m. after being fitted with an electronic monitoring device
  • Casey indicted for murder

    Grand jury also indicted Casey for aggravated child abuse, aggravated manslaughter and four counts of providing false information. Because it is a capital crime, Casey now faces the death penalty.
  • Human remains found in the woods

    Skeletal remains of what appeared to be a small child were found one-quarter mile from the Anthony home. Meanwhile, Judge Stan Strickland postponed Casey's murder trial. New status hearing set for January 15.
  • Caylee was confirmed dead

    Medical Examiner Jan Garavaglia identified remains found in the woods as Caylee Marie Anthony.
  • Trial date set

    the trial date was set for May 9, 2011
  • Allowed evidence

    Judge ruled analysis of a stain in the trunk of Casey's car will be allowed as evidence.
  • Scientific evidence allowed

    Judge ruled evidence of residue from a heart-shaped sticker found on duct tape near Caylee's remains, cadaver dog alerts and strands of hair from Casey's car trunk will all be allowed to be presented during trial.
  • Trial begins

    In the defense's opening statement, Jose Baez claimed Caylee drowned in the Anthonys' pool on June 16, 2008, and Roy Kronk stole and hid the body to try and claim a reward.
  • Not guilty

    Jury acquits Casey of first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse and aggravated manslaughter of a child. She was still found guilty of four counts of providing false information to a law enforcement officer.
  • Casey's release from jail

    Around 12:10 a.m., Casey walked out of the Orange County Jail with $537.68 in cash. Court administrators say Casey was credited with 1,043 previous days in jail, plus good behavior while behind bars.