Casey Anthony has been in jail since 2008 and CBS News reports that she will be released on Wednesday:

Anthony was sentenced Thursday by Judge Belvin Perry to four years in prison for lying to police, but with credit for time served and good behavior she will remain in jail for just one more week.

Caylee AnthonyIt is interesting to think that if this had all been done in a state that didn’t have the death penalty then maybe Casey Anthony would have been found guilty, because the death penalty is present in Florida, and maybe the jury didn’t think that Casey deserved the death penalty, but it is definitely a shock that she will walk away from this being free from all charges of murder and manslaughter.

What will be next for Casey’s life? More partying? Maybe she’ll have a celebration with her imaginary friends – but will Caylee ever get justice?

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