February 26, 5:00
As many of you may have heard, Lee Anthony gave his deposition this morning. The Morgan&Morgan law firm will be releasing the video. Until then, here are rough draft transcripts !
Lee Anthony is scheduled to give his deposition tomorrow morning at 9 AM at the law offices of Morgan & Morgan.
Television cameras will be invited into the downtown courtroom Friday, according to attorney John Morgan.
Morgan said Gonzalez's name was taken in a public forum, so it should not be cleared behind closed doors.
According to Lee's attorney, Thomas Luka, he will not answer questions if media present. The Orlando Sentinel reported that The pair will leave if Keith Mitnik with the Morgan & Morgan law firm allows reporters to attend the interview.
Luka then plans to file a motion to ask the court to keep his client from answering questions in front of the media.
This is going to be one interesting morning! Set your alarm clock!
Baez files new motion
A hearing has been scheduled for 4:15 Monday, March 2.
In a Motion For Protective Order, Casey Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez asks that the court to issue a protective order preventing the release of ... Casey's Photobucket images he received on February 25.
Baez states that many of the hundreds, if not thousands of pictures are irrelevant to the case and are only being released with the motive of embarrassing or harassing the Defendant, or at the very least, painting the Defendant in a negative light.
I have to wonder if these are the photographs that the FBI agent mentioned to George during their interview.
According to Baez, Law enforcement has already leaked images throughout this case, many of which were taken long before Caylee Marie Anthony went missing. Additionally, many of theso (sic) images have been used for sensationalizing this case and painting the Defendant in a negative way.
The interesting thing about this statement is that Baez accuses LE of "leaking" the photographs. We all know very well that the photographs on her Photobucket account out in the public weren't leaked at all. In the first days of the case, many people downloaded them directly from Casey's Photobucket! It actually took the media a while to catch on. I can remember all the "bombshells" that were dropping on Nancy Grace days after the internet-savvy public were well aware of them.
Baez goes on to request that the State of Florida choose which pictures that will be used in the trial and not release the remainder of "irrelevant" photographs.
At the end of the motion, Baez has attached a picture of the Casey Doll which is dressed in an American flag to demonstrate what can happen if the remainder of the photographs are released.
This should be one very interesting hearing!