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  • Casey Anthony: From Loving Mother to Disheveled Convict

    Pictured here as a mother-to-be, Casey Anthony gives off the "pregnant glow," standing next to her mother Cindy Anthony. Casey gave birth to her daughter Caylee on Aug. 9, 2005.
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  • Casey Anthony: From Loving Mother to Disheveled Convict

    This photo, entered into evidence on day 18 of the trial, captures a mother-daughter moment between Casey and Caylee. Casey is now on trial for the first-degree murder for her 2-year-old daughter whose remains were found in the woods in 2008.
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  • Casey Anthony: From Loving Mother to Disheveled Convict

    Smiling with Caylee in her arms, this photo was found on a computer during the investigation of Caylee's death. Casey did not report that her daughter was missing until a month after Caylee had disappeared. Casey and her defense team claim that Caylee drowned in the family's swimming pool.
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  • Casey Anthony: From Loving Mother to Disheveled Convict

    Sitting on a couch next to her daughter, Casey looks to be carefree, having fun playing guitar while Caylee looks into the camera.
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  • Casey Anthony: From Loving Mother to Disheveled Convict

    Casey was all smiles when pictured with her boyfriend Tony Lazzaro who testified that Casey virtually moved in with him after Caylee disappeared. Lazzaro told the court that Casey's demeanor never changed throughout the period in which Caylee was missing.
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  • Casey Anthony: From Loving Mother to Disheveled Convict

    Mother turned party girl, witnesses testified that Casey often partied with friends during the month that Caylee disappeared. Here, Casey competed in a "hot body" contest at Fusion nightclub in Orlando, Fla.
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  • Casey Anthony: From Loving Mother to Disheveled Convict

    With sunken cheeks and bags under her eyes, Casey stands in the Florida court room on June 18, 2011. Her hair has now been pulled back, a look she adopts for the duration of her trial on charges of first-degree murder. She rarely smiles anymore.Testimony began on May 24, 2011.
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  • Casey Anthony: From Loving Mother to Disheveled Convict

    Casey appears in court on May 13, 2011 for jury selection, forgoing make-up and looking more disheveled than in past appearances. This photo shows Casey on the fifth day of jury selection for her trial at the Pinellas County Criminal Justice Center.
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  • Casey Anthony: From Loving Mother to Disheveled Convict

    Casey watches from the defense table as her father George Anthony takes the stand to testify. This photo was snapped on June 29, 2011, the 31st day of the first-degree murder trial. If convicted, Casey could face the death penalty.
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  • Casey Anthony: From Loving Mother to Disheveled Convict

    An emotional Casey Anthony didn't hold back tears on June 10, 2011 as she listened to testimony about forensic evidence detailing the remains that were found in a wooded area of her daughter Caylee. A skull of the young girl was found near the Anthony home on Dec. 11, 2008. Eight days later, DNA test results confirmed that the remains found in the woods by a utility worker belonged to Caylee Anthony.
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  • Casey Anthony: Loving Mother to Stressed Out Inmate

    Casey Anthony, center, is overcome with emotion along with her defense team following her acquittal of murder charges at the Orange County Courthouse Orlando, Fla., July 5, 2011.
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  • Casey Anthony: Loving Mother to Stressed Out Inmate

    Casey Anthony beams happily as she gets fingerprinted on July 5, 2011, after being convicted on four counts of lying to police. Her delight came from the fact that she was acquitted of murder charges that could have resulted in the death penalty.
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  • Casey Anthony looked relaxed confident as she talked with her lawyer Jose Baez and waited for the judge at her sentencing hearing. After being acquitted of murder, there was a chance that she would be allowed to leave jail immediately.

    Casey Anthony looked relaxed confident as she talked with her lawyer Jose Baez and waited for the judge at her sentencing hearing. After being acquitted of murder, there was a chance that she would be allowed to leave jail immediately.
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  • Casey Anthony: Loving Mother to Stressed Out Inmate

    An optimistic and cheerful looking Casey Anthony arrived at her sentencing in an Orlando, Fla., courtroom Thursday, July 7, 2011.
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