FL Judge Says Casey Anthony Must Leave Newbury (or Wherever)

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Were going to make this picture small, because so many of you dont like to look at her.
  • We're going to make this picture small, because so many of you don't like to look at her.

But we're not really sure if the Amish are ready and willing to give her up. We smell an extradition fight.

From the Associated Press (via NewsChannel 5):


ORLANDO, Fla. - Casey Anthony must return to Orlando within two weeks to serve a year's probation for check fraud, a Florida judge ruled Friday.

Judge Belvin Perry said that Anthony must follow a probation order issued by another judge and report to an Orange County probation officer no later than Aug. 26 at noon, although she could report earlier.

The other judge had ordered Anthony to report to Florida last week for her one-year probation. But that judge later recused himself and turned the case over to Perry, who presided over the murder trial that ended last month with Anthony's acquittal.

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