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    George Anthony's suicide note shown during the Casey Anthony trial at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., June 30, 2011. He signed it, "Caylee, here I come."
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    This photo entered as evidence in the Casey Anthony murder trial shows the proximity of the Anthony home to where Caylee Anthony's body was found. The toddler's remains were found in the wooded area near where the map is circled in red off of Surburban Drive. The red line leads to the Anthony home on Hope Spring Drive.
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    Assistant state attorney Jeff Ashton handed out pieces of trash found in Casey Anthony's car trunk and allowed jurors to smell the bits of garbage. Prosecutors have argued that the trunk smelled of a decomposing body, while defense lawyers said the foul smell came from garbage left in the trunk. Ashton allowed the jurors to smell for themselves at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., June 27, 2011.
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    This photo of Caylee Anthony trying to open a door leading to the backyard was entered as evidence June 24, 2011 in the Casey Anthony murder trial. The defense has argued that Caylee was not murdered, but accidentally drowned in the family's pool.
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    Cindy Anthony helps 2-year-old granddaughter Caylee up the pool ladder with a "light touch" in this photo introduced today as evidence the murder trial of Caylee's mother Casey Anthony.
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    Caylee Anthony was often in a hurry to get into the family swimming pool as she got older, her grandmother Cindy Anthony testified in court June 24, 2011. In this evidence photo, Cindy Anthony can be seen with Caylee as she reached the top of the pool ladder.
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    Caylee Anthony, 2, is seen in the family swimming pool in this photo that was introduced as evidence in the Casey Anthony murder trial June 25, 2011. Defense attorney asked Caylee's grandmother Cindy Anthony, "How many times had you advised law enforcement that you thought Caylee drowned in the pool?" Prosecutors objected and the question went unanswered.
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    This picture shows a Gatorade bottle that was found near Caylee Anthony's remains. A syringe was found in the bottle and its contents tested positive for testosterone and a strong cleaning fluid. The bottle was found in a red Disney bag. It was not clear why the defense introduced the Gatorade bottle as evidence in the Casey Anthony murder trial.
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    Defense attorney Dorothy Simms shows the jury a photo of the wooded area where Caylee Anthony's skull was found in December 2008. A witness for the defense testified that judging by the amount of root growth and leaves around the skull, the remains had only been there for two weeks. Caylee had died six months before her remains were discovered. Caylee's mother, Casey Anthony, is on trial in Orlando, Fla., for her murder.
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    FBI forensics specialists tested the clothes in Casey Anthony's closet for signs of blood. They checked several articles of clothing that had stains, but they came up negative for blood. A pair of grey pants that Casey Anthony on June 16, 2008, the day Caylee is believed to have died, had been washed before they could be tested, the FBI agent told the court.
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    This photo of Casey Anthony's bedroom was submitted as evidence in her murder trial in Orlando, Fla., June 16, 2008. The bedroom was searched for evidence of blood or stains that could contain blood, an FBI analyst testified.
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    Tattoo artist Bobby Williams testified that he gave Casey Anthony the Bella Vita tattoo, which means the good life, on July 2, 2008, while daughter Caylee was missing. "She didn't seem upset about anything... She seemed pretty happy," Williams testified.
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    A photo of a sheet of heart shaped stickers found in Casey Anthony's bedroom were admitted as evidence in her murder trial. The stickers are similar to a heart-shaped sticker found on Caylee Anthony's skull.
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    Jennifer Welch, a crime scene investigator with the Orange County Sheriffs Office, holds up crime scene duct tape entered in evidence during day 16 of Casey Anthony's 1st-degree murder trial at the Orange County Courthouse, in Orlando, Fla., Saturday, June 11, 2011.
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    This photo shows Caylee Anthony and her mother Casey. An expert witness used this photo at Casey Anthony's murder trial to superimpose an image of Caylee's skull to mark where duct tape found on the remains would have been positioned on the child when she was alive. Prosecutors contend the tape was placed over Caylee's nose and mouth, suffocating her.
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    An image projected on a courtroom monitor shows a photo entered into evidence in the Casey Anthony trial at the Orange County Courthouse on Friday, June 10, 2011. (EDITOR'S NOTE: The court offers no objection to the distribution of this unaltered evidence photo.)
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  • Casey Anthony Trial Evidence Photos

    An image projected on a courtroom monitor shows a photo entered into evidence in the murder trail of Casey Anthony at the Orange County Courthouse on Friday, June 10, 2011.
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    An image displayed on a courtroom monitor shows a photo entered into evidence in the Casey Anthony trial at the Orange County Courthouse on Friday, June 10, 2011. Photo on the left shows wording found on a shirt. The photo on the right shows Caylee Anthony with her mother Casey. Caylee is wearing a shirt with the same lettering. <b>Watch "20/20" tonight at 10 p.m. ET for the latest on the Casey Anthony trial.</b>
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    Badly rotting shorts were found on Caylee Anthony's remains when they were found in December 2008, six months after she was last seen by her grandparents in Orlando, Fla. This photo of the shorts was introduced as evidence on June 10, 2011 in the murder trial of Caylee's mother Casey Anthony.
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    An image displayed on a courtroom monitor shows a photo entered into evidence in the Casey Anthony trial at the Orange County Courthouse on Friday, June 10, 2011. This photo shows a child's short pants.
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    A courtroom monitor showing an aerial view of Universal Studios Florida is presented as evidence during the trial of Casey Anthony at the Orange County Courthouse on Thursday, June 2, 2011. The red path marked is the route Anthony took investigators to show them where she worked. She lated admitted that she did not work at the theme park.
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    A courtroom monitor shows a photo entered into evidence during the Casey Anthony trial at the Orange County Courthouse on Thursday, June 2, 2011. The photo shows a hallway in a building at Universal Studios Orlando where Anthony claimed she worked. She did not have a job at Universal at that time.
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    Caylee Anthony's grandmother Cindy Anthony said this was Caylee's favorite doll. It was found in Casey Anthony's car and, like the car, reeked of the smell of death. Cindy Anthony testified she used Clorox wipes and Febreze in an effort to get the smell off the doll. The was photo was entered into evidence during the Casey Anthony trial at the Orange County Courthouse on Tuesday, May 31, 2011.
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    Cindy Anthony cried when this picture of her granddaughter's carseat was entered as evidence in the Casey Anthony murder trial at the Orange County Courthouse. The carseat was found in a car that Casey Anthony abandoned and smelled like human remains.
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    Casey Anthony's shoes -- high heels and a pair of boots -- were left in the back seat of a car that she abandoned and reeked of human remains. A dryer sheet was left in the backseat by Casey's mother, Cindy Anthony, while she was trying to get the smell out of the car. The photo of the interior of Casey Anthony's car was entered into evidence during her trial at the Orange County Courthouse, May 31, 2011.
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    An evidence photo at the Casey Anthony trial shows a shovel that the defendant reportedly asked to borrow from a neighbor near the time her child disappeared.
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    This photo of Casey Anthony and her boyfriend Tony Lazzaro was entered as evidence in her murder trial. Casey Anthony virtually moved in with Lazzaro and often partied with him at bars after her 2-year-old daughter Caylee disappeared.
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    A photo entered into evidence at the Casey Anthony trial shows Anthony at a "hot body" contest at Fusion nightclub in Orlando during the weeks that her daughter Caylee Anthony was missing.
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    Casey Anthony's Pontiac Sunfire, pictured here, was towed after it was found abandoned. Her mother, Cindy Anthony, commented, "What died?" when she recovered the car and smelled a stench coming from the trunk.
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  • Casey Anthony Trial Evidence Photos

    A photo of Casey Anthony and her daughter Caylee Anthony that was entered into evidence is seen on a courtroom monitor at the Orange County Courthouse, May 26, 2011. Casey is on trial for the murder of her daughter Caylee.
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    A photo of Casey Anthony and her daughter Caylee Anthony that was entered into evidence is seen on a courtroom monitor at the Orange County Courthouse, May 26, 2011. Casey is on trial for the murder of her daughter Caylee.
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    A detail of a surveillance video shown as evidence in the Casey Anthony trial is seen on a monitor at the Orange County Courthouse, May 27, 2011. The video is one of a series from retail stores that show Anthony shopping during the time period when her daughter Caylee was missing.
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    Casey Anthony is seen shopping in a detail of a surveillance video shown as evidence in the Casey Anthony trial is seen on a monitor at the Orange County Courthouse, May 27, 2011. The video is one of a series from retail stores that show Anthony shopping during the time period when her daughter Caylee was missing.
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    Casey Anthony is seen shopping in a detail of a surveillance video shown as evidence in the Casey Anthony trial is seen on a monitor at the Orange County Courthouse, May 27, 2011. The video is one of a series from retail stores that show Anthony shopping during the time period when her daughter Caylee was missing.
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  • Casey Anthony Trial Evidence Photos

    A photo entered into evidence at the Casey Anthony trial at the Orange County Courthouse, May 27, 2011. The photo shows the interior of Anthony's car.
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