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Anthony case could prompt more laws

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The verdict in the Casey Anthony murder case rendered in Florida last week has caused quite a stir. For those who have not heard of it, this was the case in Florida in which a young child’s mother was accused of murdering her daughter. She was found not guilty. Your writer has received more questions than any case since the O.J. Simpson case. I confess that I was not mesmerized nor walking around in a hypnotic-like state during the trial. The news media made this case something akin to a circus, pronouncing the defendant guilty before and during the trial. Nancy Grace worked herself into a frenzy pronouncing guilt.

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