UPDATE: Attorneys for Casey Anthony returned to court Tuesday afternoon to try to convince a three-judge appellate panel to throw out her four convictions for lying to law enforcement during the search for her daughter, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
Anthony did not attend the 1:30 p.m. hearing, which was completed within a half hour. The Daytona Beach appellate panel in is not making a ruling Tuesday.
Read the full story from the Orlando Sentinel here.
PREVIOUS STORY: Casey is not expected to be on site.
Anthony walked away a free woman after she was acquitted in the 2008 death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, but damning computer evidence that the Orange County Sheriff’s Office had in their possession could have changed the verdict in the high-profile Florida case, according to a WKMG-TV report .
Anthony’s attorney, Jose Baez, along with the rest of her team fully expected the state to present proof that the same afternoon Anthony researched suffocation and poison methods, her child was killed by poison and suffocation.
“I really believed that (prosecutors) were going to sandbag us with it,” Baez told reporters.
But despite hundreds of hours spent in investigations, search and discovery, that angle wasn't presented because the information never got in the hands of the prosecutors, the report states.
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