July 5th, 2011
07:55 PM ET

Jury's verdict: Casey Anthony not guilty of murder

Editor's note: For more on the jury's finding that Casey Anthony is not guilty in daughter Caylee's death read our full story here.

[Updated at 8:20 p.m.] From the moment word came that Casey Anthony was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, online networking sites were flooded with a cascade of amateur commentary. A few big names, including Kim Kardashian, joined the fray. Most condemned the verdict - "no justice for Caylee" was a common comment - which comes after years of the case serving as fodder for cable news, tabloids and the like.

[Updated at 7:55 p.m.] Mourners of Caylee Anthony want you to turn your porch lights on tonight in honor of the slain 2-year-old.

The Facebook event, "Porch lights on for Caylee Marie Anthony," urges people "all over the world" to start participating at "9 pm in your own time zone."

Already, 546,610 have said they're attending, and some say their lights are already on.


[Updated at 7:20 p.m.] Alternate juror Russell Huekler said he agrees with the jury's verdict "wholeheartedly" and surmised that Caylee Anthony's death was a "horrific accident" gone awry.

"The prosecution did not prove their case," said Huekler, who sat through the entire case but did not get to deliberate the charges.

Prosecutors failed to answer the question of how Caylee died, he said.

From the testimony, Huekler said he drew the conclusion that "it was probably a horrific accident" that Anthony and her father, George Anthony, covered up.

"Unfortunately it did snowball and got away from them," Huekler said. "It was such a horrific accident that they didn't know how to deal with it. The family appeared to be very dysufintional and instead of admitting there was an accident, they chose to hide it, for whatever reason."


[Updated at 5:08 p.m.] Attorney Mark Lippman issued a statement on behalf of Lee, George and Cindy Anthony:

While the family may never know what has happened to Caylee Marie Anthony, they now have closure for this chapter of their life. They will now begin the long process of rebuilding their lives.

Despite the baseless defense chosen by Casey Anthony, the family believes that the Jury made a fair decision based on the evidence presented, the testimony presented, the scientific information presented and the rules that were given to them by the Honorable Judge Perry to guide them.

The family hopes that they will be given the time by the media to reflect on this verdict and decide the best way to move forward privately.

The family also wanted the public to know that if anyone wanted to honor Caylee by leaving stuffed animals or other toys at any area near their home, that they would prefer those items be donated in Caylee’ s name to families in need, religious centers, or any other entity where the toys would be appreciated.


[Updated at 4:10 p.m.] Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings issues a plea for restraint after Casey Anthony is acquitted of murder.

"As the verdict has been rendered we ask our community to respect the decision the jury and court have made today. We ask for your continued peaceful acknowledgement of that verdict.


[Updated at 3:47 p.m.] The delay in recovering Caylee Anthony's remains worked to the "considerable disadvantage" to the prosecution's efforts to prove Casey Anthony's guilt, Ninth Judicial Circuit State Attorney Lawson Lamar said.

With no "smoking gun" and a victim who was "reduced by time and the elements to skeletal remains," made the case all the more the more difficult to prove, he said. Nonetheless, he said, police and prosecutors did their job - and so did the jury.

"I never, ever criticize a jury; theirs is a task of deciding what to believe," he said. "We're disappointed with the verdict today and surprised because we know the facts and we put in absolutely every single piece of evidence that existed."

He said his staff would return to the task of addressing the 101,00 cases that come to his office each year, including a handful of open child murder cases.

"Child murders, regrettably and terribly, are not rare in America today and those deaths are no less horrible," he said. "The only difference is the news has not highlighted their murders."

He also praised his staff for not talking about the case outside of the courtroom, saying the rush to convict Casey Anthony in the news "led to the great expense" of having to seek a jury "outside the media market."

"So much of the angst and taxpayer expense could've been avoided if others had not succumbed to the temptation provided by quick notoriety," Lawson said.

"For us the case has never been about the defendant in particular. It has always been about seeking justice for Caylee and speaking on her behalf."


[Updated at 3:14 p.m.] Members of the jury in the Casey Anthony case have said they are not interested in speaking with members about the case or the verdict, a court spokeswoman said.

[Updated at 3:10 p.m.] We are waiting on an expected news conference from the jurors in the Casey Anthony trial.

A room has been set up for them to address the media, but none are required to actually say anything if they do not want to.


[Updated at 2:50 p.m.] Defense Attorney Jose Baez said he had mixed emotions about the case and that he had to work hard against media bias that existed during the search for Caylee and the case against Casey Anthony.

"You cannot convict someone until they have their day in court," he said.

Baez said he was happy for Casey Anthony and the decision made by the jury. Now he hopes Casey Anthony can move on.

"I want her to grieve and to grow and somehow get her life back together," he said.

Baez said the case was a true example of a jury doing what they are supposed to - finding their verdict based on evidence and not emotion.

"We have the greatest constitution in the world and if the media and other members of the public don’t respect it, it will become meaningless," he said. "And today and yesterday on the Fourth of July,  there was a breath of life."

Baez said he is thrilled that when he goes home today and his daughter asks what he did today he can say - "I saved a life."

"I think this case is a perfect example for why the death penalty does not work... " Baez added. "Murder is not right no matter who does it."

[Updated at 2:45 p.m.] Dorothy Clay Sims speaking first for the defense team addressed the media.

"I am thankful for today's verdict on behalf of Casey Anthony," she said.

Defense Attorney Cheney Mason also addressed the media, angrily scolding them for their coverage of the case.

"I hope that this is a lesson to those who have indulged in media assassination for three years," he said.

Defense Attorney Jose Baez added that "while we're happy for Casey there are no winners in this case."

"Caylee has passed on far, far too soon, and what my driving force has been for the past three years is to make sure there has been justice for Caylee and Casey," he said. "Casey did not murder Caylee, it's that simple. And today our system of justice has not dishonored her memory by a false conviction."

[Updated at 2:34 p.m.] A room is being prepared for the jury to take questions from the media about their verdict.


iReport: What's your reaction to the verdict

[Updated at 2:31 p.m.] For the first time a wide smile came across Casey Anthony's face. She began to smile and laugh as her team surrounded her and congratulated her on being found not guilty of murdering her daughter.

[Updated at 2:29 p.m.] Casey Anthony took tissues from a court bailiff and wiped her face at the back of the courtroom.

[Updated at 2:26 p.m.] Casey Anthony embraced her attorney Jose Baez and the rest of her legal team before sobbing.

Anthony wiped tears from her eyes as her team of lawyers hugged each other.

[Updated at 2:24 p.m.] Casey Anthony wiped tears from her eyes and clutched her attorneys' hands as the judge addressed the courtroom.

[Updated at 2:23 p.m.] Casey Anthony returned to the courtroom after briefly leaving with a slight smile on her face.

The judge set sentencing for Thursday at 9 a.m.

[Updated at 2:22 p.m.] Casey Anthony has left the courtroom. Her parents also quickly left the courtroom after the verdict was read.

[Updated at 2:22 p.m.] Judge Belvin Perry confirms the jury's verdict.

[Updated at 2:20 p.m.] Casey Anthony cried as she hugged her defense attorney Jose Baez before she approached a podium to be addressed by the judge.


[Updated at 2:20 p.m.] A poll of the jurors showed they all agreed on the verdict for every count.

[Updated at 2:20 p.m.] Casey Anthony has been found guilty of four counts of providing false information to law enforcement in the case of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, who was slain in 2008.

[Updated at 2:19 p.m.] Casey Anthony is sobbing in court as the verdict is being read.

[Updated at 2:17 p.m.]  Casey Anthony has been found not guilty of first-degree murder in the 2008 death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee. She was also found not guilty of aggravated child abuse and aggravated manslaughter.

[Updated at 2:16 p.m.] Judge Belvin Perry is reading over the verdict form filled out by the jury.

[Updated at 2:15 p.m.] The jury has entered the courtroom.

[Updated at 2:15 p.m.] Members inside the courtroom have stood up as Judge Belvin Perry prepares to bring in the jury.

[Updated at 2:11 p.m.] George Anthony is sitting with his eyes closed and his hands clasped next to his wife Cindy inside the courtroom as they await to hear their daughter's fate.

[Updated at 2:04 p.m.] Casey Anthony, flanked by her lawyers, is sitting silently, biting her lip and taking deep breaths as she awaits the jury's verdict.

[Updated at 2:02 p.m.] Casey Anthony has just entered the courtroom and was met by two of her lawyers. She is wearing a pink ruffled shirt, her hair was pulled back in a ponytail and she was biting her nails.

[Updated at 1:57 p.m.] Jose Baez, one of Casey Anthony's lawyers, has just arrived at the courthouse in Orlando, Florida, In Session reports.


[Updated at 1:52 p.m.] The jury deliberated for 10 hours, 40 minutes and 33 seconds before reaching a verdict in the Casey Anthony trial, which included 33 days of testimony and two days of closing arguments, according to CNN sister network HLN.

[Updated at 1:45 p.m.] The jury has reached a verdict in the Casey Anthony capital murder trial, according to staff at the Orange County, Florida, courthouse.

The verdict, reached by the seven-woman, five-man jury, will cap a trial that stretched to more than six weeks and featured allegations of sexual abuse, questions regarding Casey Anthony's competence and various theories on what happened to 2-year-old Caylee.

The verdict is scheduled to be read at 2:15 p.m ET.

Casey Anthony, 25, was charged with seven counts - first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse, aggravated manslaughter of a child and four counts of providing false information to a law-enforcement officer in Caylee's 2008 disappearance and death.

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  1. me1979

    Justice was served. I would much rather have a fair trial where a jury makes a decision based on what they heard in court than any alternative. Justice was served because the right to a trial by jury was upheld. Justice was served because the standard of being innocent until proven guilty was upheld. None of you posting comments can say without a shadow of doubt that she killed her child. None of you were on the jury and none of you were there when the child died. She was tried by a jury of peers and acquitted of murder. I would think that all of you would hope for the same if you ever find yourself accused of a crime. Remember that. And for the christians that are shouting burn in hell....shame on you. Who are you to pass judgement on anyone?

    July 5, 2011 at 5:17 pm | Report abuse |
    • Danielle

      BRAVO!! well said!

      July 5, 2011 at 5:20 pm | Report abuse |
  2. Caylee deserved better

    Casey beat the system. Killed her daughter and walks. She is without a doubt the most hated woman in America.

    July 5, 2011 at 5:18 pm | Report abuse |
    • Richard

      O.J. and Casey.....what a great pair they make.

      July 5, 2011 at 5:22 pm | Report abuse |
    • Danielle

      UH...... no, that would be Nancy Grace!

      July 5, 2011 at 5:23 pm | Report abuse |
  3. Clover

    I really feel for Caylee.....poor baby, she never had a chance. Think of her fear when her mother did that. Now if you think she didnt do it why would she lie to police officers?? Or go out and get a tatoo??? Or not report her little girl missing?? If she was really not guilty she would have been crying everytime her daughter was brought up. NOT partying, if it was MY baby i would be looking for her every single second i had. God will deal with her when she dies. I really feel for her parents too, they have a murderer for a daughter. Seriously, why would she have no feelings for Caylee.Casey is so heartless. I mean HER OWN DAUGHTER!! Why would she kill her. There will never be a good excuse for killing a innocent child.HOW COULD SHE NOT SEE HER DAUGHTER'S FEAR WHEN SHE WAS ABOUT TO KILL HER!!!Casey Anthony is guilty and that's the truth in my eyes!! Caylee never got justice.

    July 5, 2011 at 5:18 pm | Report abuse |
    • AL

      you are not a juror and dont know the true facts...so you are wrong...may you never be falsely accused of a crime where idiots come out of the woodwork and "know you are guilty"...may god have mercy on your soul

      July 5, 2011 at 5:38 pm | Report abuse |
  4. Richard

    It would not surprise me ONE bit if we hear about a murder-suicide pretty soon.

    July 5, 2011 at 5:18 pm | Report abuse |
  5. nicole

    there will never be justice for caylee because no matter who is guilty caylee will still be dead. but i do have to say the media should be ashamed of themselves for coming out and making casey look guilty from the beginning. im pretty sure this country still runs on the phrase innocent untill proven guilty. americans believe she is guilty and the verdict was unjust and all becuase the reporters whose only job is to state facts not personal assumptions and opinions have been repeatedly saying she was guilty and making comments about her being guilty. well i wish the reporters took the stand because apperently they all know without a doubt what happened to caylee. some of the reporters from CNN should be fired for their comments and actions durning this trial. and sorry to tell jane who has annouced to millions of veiwers that if the jury was allowed to see facebook and twitter the outcome who have proven casey guilty, that personal opinions from people who do not know the anthony's should not have been brought up or considered by a jury. IDIOT!!!! they review evidence and millions of facebook and twitter comments made by people who know nothing more than the next guy is not evidence it is people running their mouths!!!!! this network has made a joke out of our country's judicial system by allowing their reporters to report personal opion rather than fact. and many of the reporters should lose their jobs and thats my personal opinion lets ask jane if that will hold up in court the network will be lucky if casey doesnt sue for slander which is her right to do now that the people from this network have filthed up her name more than already has been. i am not saying i believe casey is guilty or not because i wasnt there to witness what happened and niether should anyone else pass judgement. but apparently CNN believes its ok to pass judgement on people when they dont know what happened. the only person who will ever be able to tell us the real story behind this crime is dead unfortunately maybe CNN has been hearing voices from beyond the grave to be given the right to say casey is guilty and the verdict is wrong.

    July 5, 2011 at 5:18 pm | Report abuse |
  6. Rob

    To all the people who are outraged, feel free to move to Iran if you want to live in a country who will execute someone with out due process. Casey probably did it, but the state failed to prove it beyod a reasonable doubt. If you want to be mad ant anyone be mad at the Florida State's Attorney's Office and Orlando police.

    July 5, 2011 at 5:19 pm | Report abuse |
  7. Danielle

    Calm down people! It is what it is and the jury decided. Nothing you say right now is going to make a difference. I ABSOLUTELY agree, the media looks VERY BAD with their pre prosecution of Casey. How can I trust anything they say now? mmmmmmmmm maybe in the future maintain a neutral position and report what is going on without making things factual? It's funny to watch all these people on tv backtrack right now hahahahahahahaha

    July 5, 2011 at 5:19 pm | Report abuse |
  8. Angel

    Seriously, Nancy Grace needs to be charged with criminal defamation. Nancy Grace has basically been inciting hate towards Casey Anthony and promoting for the murder of Casey Anthony for over 3 years, since if proven guilty then it would be the death penalty for Casey Anthony.

    July 5, 2011 at 5:19 pm | Report abuse |
    • Danielle

      I ABSOLUTELY agree!!

      July 5, 2011 at 5:21 pm | Report abuse |
  9. Free Speech

    Casey is now not alone in being the most hated person in America, this shallow, weak-knee'd jury just made the biggest mistake in their collective lives! It's obvious that there was not a thinking person with any integrity on this jury! It's obvious they were in a collective hurry to go about their business and go on their cruises (as one juror who said they had to leave on July 7th!) etc. They did not want to have to deal with the punishment phase which would take more of their time! So they have become the latest victims in Casey Anthony's deception and they don't even realize it yet! But they had a choice and they took so little time to explore and review, that they brought it on themselves! They could have made a difference for good, but instead they chose the easy way out, but I doubt they knew what they would bring on themselves! Surely, after all the evidence that was presented they could have taken more time to go over everything and think through with common sense to see that there is NO OTHER REASONABLE EXPLANATION for Casey's behavior! What? Do they think this was a reality show with no real consequences for their verdict?! They are all a bunch of weak, shallow people unwilling to verify that they could have charged Casey with FELONY MURDER (not premeditated) but it also would have been a possibility of the death penalty. SO THIS JURY TOOK THE WEAKEST, LEAST EFFORT POSITION IN ORDER TO TRY TO GET OUT OF THEIR DUTY AND THEREBY HAVE UNLEASHED THE MOST REPROBATE PERSONALITY BACK INTO SOCIETY! Oh Casey will mess up again, that we can be sure of! But at who else's expense?! This group of individuals collectively dishonored Caylee above what already happened to her at the hands of her own mother! Now this jury has taken on their part in the evil and shame associated with the taking of Caylee's life! If this jury had had any questions as to whether they could find a lesser charge, then they had every opportunity to ask. It was read and reread to them in closing arguments, and they had written instructions. This has to be the most unintelligent, fearful, weak group of jurors that could have been found in all of Florida! The sheer lack of time deliberating and lack of ANY questions from the jury to the judge showed their lack of respect for our judicial system and lack of respect for life! Now, maybe the only way they will ever know what they've done is for them to receive the same justice in court one day that they've shown Caylee in light of all the evidence PROVEN! Criminals do not leave us photos, videos, audios, two expert eye witnesses at the scene of the crime at the moment it's taking place, in order to attest to the defendant's crimes!! And that seems to be what alot of these people think is necessary to prove guilt! If this jury was afraid of making the wrong decision and so chose not guilty to relieve their consciences, then they just made the biggest mistake and actually made a bigger wrong decision which will haunt them for the rest of their lives! Casey has now been freed to live her life with NO CONSEQUENCES for her actions! She will only get worse, because after all, SHE JUST GOT AWAY WITH MURDER AND WITH THE BLESSING OF 12 JURORS WITH NO DISCERNMENT OR COMMON SENSE!!! Our society within America and worldwide has shown and is showing everyday that mankind's collective values are completely UPSIDE DOWN! God's Word states that in the end times, 'evil will be called good and good will be called evil'.... we are there!

    July 5, 2011 at 5:20 pm | Report abuse |
  10. Michele Massey

    I am real confused. Even tho she was not found not guilty of murder I would think there would be a price to pay for not reporting your 2 year old missing. As far as I am concerned that is

    July 5, 2011 at 5:20 pm | Report abuse |
  11. Heavenly Star

    Nancy Grace is truly a sick individual for taking advantage of the vulnerable Casey Anthony during this long litigation process for the sake of higher television ratings. Even with a "not guilty" verdict signifying the innocence of Casey Anthony, the life of Casey Anthony from this day on will be as if the verdict was guilty because Nancy Grace has conditioned the minds of the public to vilify Casey Anthony. It is supposed to be "innocent until proven guilty" but that has sadly changed for Casey Anthony because the mainstream media concluded a guilty verdict long before the official court verdict. Sadly, Casey Anthony is just another victim of the character assassination conducted by the leftist media.

    July 5, 2011 at 5:21 pm | Report abuse |
    • Free Speech

      CASEY IS NO VICTIM!! She portrayed herself out in public for all to see! And the Nancy Grace show is not a journalistic venue but an OPINION show just as so many others out there, so quit bashing the show and everyone take responsibility for their own opinions! Casey brought everything on herself so she can't sue anyone!!! So I guess everyone that believes justice was served finds that if someone kills their child (or anyone else for that matter) and hides the body well enough to be so lucky as to hinder any evidence from being found, then they have the right to expect to be found innocent!?!?!? That's ignorance at its worst!! If we cannot judge the actions of someone who violates society's moral codes/laws, then we are a society doomed for failure.....just as every other nation who has fallen because of their evil ways. In order for society to work, there have to be boundaries even in a free society. There is no such place to live where everyone can do as they please with no consequences because everyone's actions would impede on another's life. So there is no true pure democracy where someone can do whatever they want without consequences. So JUDGEMENT is part of responsible citizenship in helping to enforce a better quality of life for the rest of society! All of those who don't want to pass judgement on anyone, well let's send all the criminal element to your neighborhood and let you deal with the consequences of their actions since you don't want to deal with judging their actions! Now does it make sense to those opposed to judgement? Judgement and discernment are part of life, the only reason anyone has to fear judgement is if they know their behavior warrants rebuke and criticism! It's time to grow up and accept responsibility and be accountable for yourselves and expect it from everyone else as well! If you can't do that, then you're not willing to grow up and be a productive citizen. Life has rules, restrictions, authority, acceptable behaviors, etc. It's time to be mature!

      July 5, 2011 at 6:05 pm | Report abuse |


    July 5, 2011 at 5:21 pm | Report abuse |
    • Ernie

      Another sign of the lack of education in our society and its effects on us. They have to be uneducated to see all of that, hear all of that for 5 weeks and then find her not guilty. Only a moron would find her innocent. And they found 12. Only 15% of people polled think she is innocent.

      July 5, 2011 at 5:30 pm | Report abuse |
    • venus

      Some of us believe in our justice system....and that is what happened here. Our states should never be able to make such serious charges against it citizens based on such ATTROCIOUS evidence that these people trumped up. I think the prosecution and the sherrifs office botched the investigation, thay got caught by the jury and I think they should be the ones in jail. Their acctions should not be tolerated in America. They are horrible, horrible people. And I think the news media is also to blame. You people are not doing your civl duties to report the news, instead you are trying to execute a young woman based on shoddy and untrue trumped up eveidence that in my mind is criminal behavior on it own. You people are all creeps and you should be reporting how our jusstice system works.

      July 5, 2011 at 5:32 pm | Report abuse |
    • Danielle

      OMG! You guys are a piece of work!! hahahahahaha. The defense proved there was reasonable doubt in the prosecutions case.end of story. Opinion is NOT fact!

      July 5, 2011 at 5:32 pm | Report abuse |
    • John

      How can any intelligent person say that? The evidence had more holes in it than swiss cheese. It was the only verdict this jury could come up with in accordance with the law. Blame the prosecution for not having strong evidence, but you should applaud the jury for doing its job.

      July 5, 2011 at 5:33 pm | Report abuse |
    • Brittany

      I am a mother of a beautiful 10 month old daughter, god forbid ANYTHING was to happen to her, I would be in immediate contact with police and ems... not partying and enjoying my new found "freedom" i would be worried sick, distraught. How can someone smerk during a murder trial for their own child, party during her child's disappearence? This is disgusting. Aother disappointing verdict, just as the OJ Simpson trial was.

      July 5, 2011 at 5:38 pm | Report abuse |
    • JeramieH

      We've become a country where "beyond a reasonable doubt" only exists when there's DNA evidence of a videotaped crime and a signed confession. Pretty soon all 12 members of the jury will be required to have witnessed the crime themselves personally before it'll be enough evidence to convict.

      July 5, 2011 at 5:42 pm | Report abuse |
  13. CEBO

    May God forgive the 13 people that tossed poor Caylee aside like so much trash.
    I sincerely hope that the State doesn't let this go but continues to get the evidence necessary to give Caylee justice.

    July 5, 2011 at 5:22 pm | Report abuse |
    • John

      What the heck are you talking about? Intelligent people know that 12 jurors did their job in accordance with the law in reaching the only verdict they could in this case. There is a reasonable doubt whether a homicide was even committed. Blame the state for not presenting strong enough evidence, but don't blame the jury for doing its job as instructed.

      July 5, 2011 at 5:38 pm | Report abuse |
  14. Lu Ace

    I never believed Casey was guilty. From the moment her father felt the need to report his gas can stolen to the police, I had second thoughts.

    July 5, 2011 at 5:23 pm | Report abuse |
  15. Victimsadvo

    Didn't one of the people selected for the jury say he/she didn't want to serve because he/she has a life. This is probably why the jury voted not guilty on the hardest charges. Each of these jurors knew that if they tried to deliberate on the murder, manslaughter, or child abuse charges, that they would not reach a consensus any time soon; so decided to go only with what would get them out of jury duty the fastest. People only have so much vacation time to use from work before you are sitting in court on your own dime. Half their summer and two holidays have been wasted on this trial. I don't think they wanted to be there one minute longer. This happened with the hold out in the OJ trial and that is why they caved in even though they knew he was guilty.

    July 5, 2011 at 5:24 pm | Report abuse |
    • John

      Yea, that makes a lot of sense. They already spent two months; what's a few more days? I don't know why you people cannot see that the evidence was not strong enough to convict. Instead of berating the jury, you should be applauding their extraordinary effort of seperating emotion from the evidence and coming up with the only reasonable verdict in this case, and that is not guilty of homicide. The evidence did show Casey lying, and she was rightly convicted on those counts. It's not the jury's job to get justice for Caylee; it's their job to decide the case based on the evidence presented. I feel proud to be an American because that part of the processed worked. I'm sadden that the state didn't secure strong enough evidence to prove the homicide of Caylee.

      July 5, 2011 at 5:48 pm | Report abuse |
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