By Geno McGahee The 75-year-old grandmother, Sandra Layne, now awaits the call. The jury has come to a decision in the murder of her 17-year-old grandson, Jonathan Hoffman, and it is expected to be announced later today.
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By Jim Minkle I stay far away from doctors. You want to know why? Well talk to the guy that had his sausage cut off in Kentucky and then ask me why. People have these misconceptions about doctors and other walks of life…as if you get a higher class of person than other occupations, but […]
By Geno McGahee Nancy Grace, the charismatic host of HLN, has been covering the Casey Anthony case since the beginning. Grace has great instincts and knows when a case is going to be hot and the Anthony case proved a gold mine for her and her show, but when the not guilty verdict came in, […]
By Geno McGahee Jurors in Orlando have reached a verdict in the first degree murder case of Casey Anthony and it will be announced very shortly, in less than an hour. Experts have already expressed their opinions and have stated that the quick deliberation typically means a verdict of guilty.
By Geno McGahee The jury has resumed deliberations today in the first degree murder trial of the “Tot Mom,” 25 year old Casey Anthony. The jury spent nearly six hours considering the case yesterday, receiving it at around noon. Judge Belvin Perry recessed court at 6 PM, and the jury was sent back to their […]
By Geno McGahee Casey Anthony, 25, must sit back and await her fate as the jury looks over the evidence, discusses amongst themselves the facts, and comes to a conclusion. Freedom or prison or possibly death for the young lady accused of the terrible crime of murdering her 2 year old daughter, Caylee.
By Geno McGahee The bickering between Defense attorney Jose Baez and Prosecutor Jeff Ashton has angered Chief Judge Belvin Perry. He’s had enough and this Sunday, the tension in the courtroom could be felt. Baez ended up apologizing to Ashton with some pressure from the judge.
By Geno McGahee The Casey Anthony trial is still hot news and the Defense has rested without the accused taking the stand. There was plenty of speculation, but in the end, the Defense made the best move possible and kept Casey away from the witness stand and the cross-examination by the Prosecution.