Thats a good point Chucky, Judge perry had no problem with giving the death penalty.<quoted text>
I respectfully disagree. You would be right if Casey had Judge Strickland. However as Judge Perry was Casey's sentencing judge had there been a conviction, I believe he may of imposed death and challenged a higher court to reverse it and make it stick.
As Judge Perry imposed four years (to be served consecutively) on the four remaining misdemeanor charges, I see no way he stops at "10 to 25 years...." on capital murder. Hell, I could not see him imposing a sentence like that (unless "10 to 25 years..." was the statutory maximum) on a Murder 2 conviction.
From early on in this case it was posted that Casey could get 30 years,just on the child abuse and endangerment parts that were dropped.I wonder if with this new information she could be recharged on those and end up in court.
Any way I look at it though, Casey's bella vida is going to be a lifetime spent in court for one reason or another.
Cindy could also ,she commited perjury on the witness stand and according to FLA law,there is no staue of limitation's on perjury in a capital murder case.