1) In the book, Baez claims Casey told him in early January 2009 that Caylee drowned on the morning of June 16, 2008 -- before she left the house at 1:00 pm.<quoted text>
DAYS, I know what a theory of a case means.
As to your other questions, I have no idea.
In the above narrative, Baez adamantly relied on George Anthony's credible 1:00 timeline to emphasize the fact that Casey left the house at 1:00 pm.
2) Baez told Barbara Walters in, and a National viewing audience, in September 2011, that Caylee died on "A Monday Afternoon" in June 2008.
So what we have is a lawyer, who with Casey's permission, claims Casey left the house at 1:00 -- and that Caylee died on a Monday afternoon.
This isn't rocket science.