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Casey Anthony trial draws huge media interest

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The disappearance of Caylee Anthony went unreported for an entire month by her mother Casey in 2008. Now, the Orlando native is charged with first degree murder of her daughter, whose cause of death has not been determined. As Anthony’s trial quickly approaches, more and more media outlets have been attracted to the high profile case. WUFT-FM’s Courtenay Tucker spoke with University of Florida Law Professor Kenneth Nunn on how all the media hype could ultimately influence the outcome of the trial.

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