Another argument over witness testimony has put the Casey Anthony murder trial on what Judge Belvin Perry called an indefinite recess just as the prosecution's rebuttal case was about to begin.
Attorneys in the case appear split on how long the delay will take. Defense attorney Jose Baez complained Friday morning that prosecutors sprang new evidence on him last night and that he needs time to interview the witnesses.
But prosecutor Jeff Ashton says the witnesses he intends to put on aren't going to say anything that should surprise the defense.
Perry had said previously that he expected testimony to conclude Friday with closing arguments on Saturday morning.FULL STORY