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Appealing to Casey Anthony’s jury’s pathos

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The case against Casey Anthony resumed today in Orlando. Those testifying in the case are bringing forth what those who practice law see as anything but “hard evidence,” painting a picture for the jury appealing to their pathos. As WUFT-FM’s Brittany Thompson reports, soon a shift in the type of evidence presented will come.

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