After hearing arguments from both sides as to whether the jailhouse video of Casey Anthonyshould be released to the public, Chief Judge Belvin Perry adjourned without making a ruling as reported by The Chicago Tribune.
It was Judge Stan Strickland, the judge presiding over Anthony’s case, who agreed with her defense team that the video would be prejudicial and should be sealed.
“While the court is loath to shield any public record, an argument can certainly be made that the contents of the video are highly inflammatory,” Strickland said in his three-page order that sealed the record.
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