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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

State Releases Subpoena List In Anthony Case

March 17, 2009

ORLANDO, Fla. -- The state of Florida has filed a list of people they have subpoenaed in the case against Casey Anthony.

The list of those subpoenaed by the state includes Casey Anthony's parents, Cindy and George, as well as her brother Lee.

When Casey Anthony's trial starts Oct. 12th, her family will be legally required to be ready to take the stand against her.

Prosecutors hope to get from the Anthonys that they never met, saw or talked to the babysitter Zenaida Fernandez Gonzalez, who Casey claims kidnapped Caylee. Ex-boyfriend Tony Lazarro, tthe man closest to Casey Anthony at the time her daughter disappeared, has told investigators she lied to him about where Caylee was.

Casey Anthony's own Grandmother, Shirley Plesea, also has been subpoenaed. Plesea sent her daughter Cindy Anthony emails suggesting Casey was lying and involved in Caylee's disappearance.

There is also a subpoena of Kiomarie Cruz, Casey's childhood friend who is expected to testify the two used to hang out in the woods where Caylee's remains were dumped. Another name is Brian Burner, who saw Casey Anthony backing her car in to the garage and borrowed a shovel from him a couple of days after investigators believe Caylee died.

Even employees of the Mount Dora nursing home where this last video of Caylee was taken, are now under subpeona as state witnesses.

Caylee Anthony's remains were found on

Casey Anthony is in the Orange County Jail charged with murder in Caylee's death.

Gonzalez Civil Hearing Called Off

A hearing scheduled for Wednesday in the civil case against Casey Anthony was called off late Tuesday.

The hearing was to review whether Cindy and George Anthony would be required to give a deposition in the case filed by Zenaida Gonzalez.

The couple have agreed, so there is no need for the hearing. No date has been set.

Deputy Deposition In Caylee Case Continues

Deposition May Not Be Completed Until End Of Month
March 16,

ORLANDO, Fla. -- A source with Casey Anthony's defense team said it will be two weeks before a key deposition is completed in the case.

The source said the deposition is continuing with a deputy who may have missed a chance to find Caylee Anthony's remains in August.

Caylee was last seen in June, and her remains were found close to the family's home in December. The toddler's mother, Casey Anthony, was jailed on homicide charges and is awaiting trial.

Jose Baez and two other defense attorneys spent more than three hours questioning Deputy Richard Cain.

Because of scheduling conflicts, the source said it will likely take until the end of the month before questioning of Cain is completed.

Cain was reassigned to the Orange County Sheriff's Office evidence section, and an internal investigation is being completed to determine why the remains weren't located earlier.

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