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Monday, April 19, 2010

Judge Strickland disqualifies himself from Casey Anthony case!!


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Chief Judge Belvin Perry, known for being no-nonsense, will handle Casey Anthony’s case

The Orlando Sentinel
April 19, 2010

The man who arguably became Central Florida's most recognized judge — without ever making public comment about the case that thrust him into the national spotlight — left some piercing, parting words for Casey Anthony's defense attorneys on Monday.


In an order granting Anthony's request for him to step down from the case, Orange County Circuit Judge Stan Strickland wrote: "At its core, defense counsel's motion accuses the undersigned of being a ‘self-aggrandizing media hound.' Indeed. The irony is rich."

Anthony's defense team filed a motion late Friday asking Strickland to disqualify himself from her first-degree murder case because of a "personal relationship" he has with a blogger who has been critical of their client...

According to the defense's motion, Anthony feared she wouldn't get a fair trial because of the relationship between Strickland and blogger Dave Knechel — known online as "Marinade Dave."
In his order, Strickland noted that he did talk to the blogger in court — with a TV camera rolling, microphones on, and in front of the attorneys.
Strickland wrote that he recently began looking at Internet material and blogs to get an idea of what people are saying about the case, which is relevant to the defense's motion for change of venue...

STRICKLAND STEPS DOWN: Read His Order Judge Appointed

1 comment:

Thom said...

I was originally floored by this. But, God does what He does. Careful what you wish for, Josie. Now you got a judge who not only prosecuted death penalty cases, as a judge he has SENT women to the green mile. I am just bummed that a hot dog vendor/blogger who had the fortune of living nearby managed to inject himself into this circus. hmmmm maybe he will end up like Donna Brock. One can always hope...
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