Presumed Guilty: Casey Anthony: The Inside Story by Jose Baez and Peter Golenbock

Presumed Guilty chronicles the events surrounding the Casey Anthony Case. Baez essentially makes a timeline and discusses a variety of subjects such as the efforts by others to sabotage the case, the evidence and witness brought for on the case and what it was like dealing with the Anthony family and the media.
He discussed the time leading up to the trial, the trial and the after effects of the media on the case. He presents the theory regarding Caylee's death due to drowning and provides information in an attempt to dispel information gathered from other sources.

The book is well written and give a lot of personal insight. It is a fascinating read. There is a lot of information in this book that I don't recall hearing before ....

I am of the opinion that Casey has some knowledge or involvement in the death or her daughter. I firmly believe that the public will never have the truth behind the events of the death but I do believe that they jury did they job they were presented with. One of the things that people don't understand is that as a juror you have set rules that you have to follow and you have to push opinions to the side (as much as possible) and make a choices  based upon the evidence you are given. 

Baez's book is informative and interesting. I don't agree with everything he had to say but it was worth the read.


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