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Old 08-14-2011, 08:33 AM
 
Location: Whoville....
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The bolded is incorrect. As a felon she has lost a number of her civil rights, including the right to vote.
I thought once she'd done her time and probation she got all of her rights back. When does she get back the right to vote?
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Old 08-14-2011, 08:34 AM
 
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that is not legal to take future children away from her. BTW she is not guilty of this crime.
That's what I was thinking but, hopefully, CPS can do something to protect an future children she has.
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Old 08-14-2011, 08:34 AM
 
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that is not legal to take future children away from her. BTW she is not guilty of this crime.
Actually it's perfectly legal to take future children from her. DFS has determined that she is an unfit parent, and will be able to successfully petition the court to take any future children until she can prove she has rehabilitated herself and is fit to care for children.
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Old 08-14-2011, 08:36 AM
 
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I thought once she'd done her time and probation she got all of her rights back. When does she get back the right to vote?
She will have to wait at least seven years from the conclusion of her probation and then file a petition for clemency. There is no guarantee it will be granted. In other words, possibly never.

She will also be denied entry into any number of foreign countries due to her status as a convicted felon.
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Old 08-14-2011, 10:02 AM
 
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CPS in Florida is a joke.
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Old 08-14-2011, 04:20 PM
 
Location: South Carolina
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CPS in Florida is a joke.
Yes it is and they are liars and theives and it has been proven in a number of cases .
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Old 08-14-2011, 08:26 PM
 
Location: Ohio
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I look at it from a purely financial standpoint. She owes the taxpayers of Florida over $5K, and until she pays that back, she should not be allowed to turn down any legitimate offer of work in a legal profession. I'm not suggesting she be required to walk South OBT, but I can't see a whole lot of difference between her hoochie mama party girl shots and posing for a nudie mag.
She could object to this on moral grounds.

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She can file, but the Orange County DOC will have to agree, and so will the DOC where she wants to go. There is no guarantee. And I think OC DOC wants to make this as difficult as possible for her, so I'm not seeing them agree to anything.
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TMZ found her easy enough, do you really think she'll be able to hide in Orange County?
HA! this is debateable and in my opinion, laughable! One of two things happened here:

1} Her lawyers knew that it was a likely possibility that she would be forced Back to Orlando and they decided to make a little money before this happened by making a deal with TMZ by telling them where and when they could film her. { I mean honestly, do you really believe that a film crew or camera man just happened to be in Columbus which is basically a nothing-special who-cares city, and then they just happened to be right on the same street as her without any prior knowledge? COME ON!!!!} Columbus is a large city. It wouldn't surprise me if Baez himself filmed it and sold it to TMZ.

2.} Her lawyers intended on moving her soon and decided to get it out in the media that she was in Ohio so that no one would be looking for her anywhere else. { after all, she was rumored to be living in a 5mil. mansion owned by one of her lawyers in California AFTER the sighting in Ohio. Either way, it was a set up.

Have you ever watched TMZ??? Never have I seen them film someone without running up to them and talking to them. It was all set up, no doubt about it.

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Well I happen to feel that she is guilty in some way. I also was shocked at the verdict. But I also realize that for every Casey Anthony there are 10 innocent people sitting behind bars. So I take it with a grain of salt. I don't believe Casey is a threat to the public. I also believe what's done is done and nothing is going to change the fact that Caylee is dead and no one was found guilty of her murder. It's time to move on and focus on children that are still alive and able to get help.

I completely agree that emotions must be put aside in the court of law.
Agreed!

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Until she pays back the money she owes the taxpayers, I disagree. Stupid b#tch brought all of this on herself, and needs to deal with it.
She doesn't owe the taxpayers a dime, at least not yet. I haven't heard of any ruling that made that so.

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Old 08-15-2011, 06:01 AM
 
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She could object to this on moral grounds.



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HA! this is debateable and in my opinion, laughable! One of two things happened here:

1} Her lawyers knew that it was a likely possibility that she would be forced Back to Orlando and they decided to make a little money before this happened by making a deal with TMZ by telling them where and when they could film her. { I mean honestly, do you really believe that a film crew or camera man just happened to be in Columbus which is basically a nothing-special who-cares city, and then they just happened to be right on the same street as her without any prior knowledge? COME ON!!!!} Columbus is a large city. It wouldn't surprise me if Baez himself filmed it and sold it to TMZ.

2.} Her lawyers intended on moving her soon and decided to get it out in the media that she was in Ohio so that no one would be looking for her anywhere else. { after all, she was rumored to be living in a 5mil. mansion owned by one of her lawyers in California AFTER the sighting in Ohio. Either way, it was a set up.

Have you ever watched TMZ??? Never have I seen them film someone without running up to them and talking to them. It was all set up, no doubt about it.
It looks like it was filmed with an iPhone, it's not quality hi-res video. I think someone saw and recognized her and sold the footage to TMZ. Because she was in a public place and not in CA with it's strict stalking laws, it was perfectly legit and legal.

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She doesn't owe the taxpayers a dime, at least not yet. I haven't heard of any ruling that made that so.
Oh yes she does. She owes over $5000 in court costs and victim restitution for the forged checks case. She will also have to pay DOC $20 per month in probation costs.
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Old 08-15-2011, 10:03 AM
 
Location: Ohio
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I look at it from a purely financial standpoint. She owes the taxpayers of Florida over $5K, and until she pays that back, she should not be allowed to turn down any legitimate offer of work in a legal profession. I'm not suggesting she be required to walk South OBT, but I can't see a whole lot of difference between her hoochie mama party girl shots and posing for a nudie mag.


She can file, but the Orange County DOC will have to agree, and so will the DOC where she wants to go. There is no guarantee. And I think OC DOC wants to make this as difficult as possible for her, so I'm not seeing them agree to anything.

TMZ found her easy enough, do you really think she'll be able to hide in Orange County?
BIG DIFFERENCE......try going to your local beach nude instead of wearing a bikini and you will find out just how big.

The whole idea of a parole board forcing women to do porn to satisfy the terms of their parole is misogynist and immoral, to say the least.

BTW, I never thought any of Casey's party shots were particularly racy, in fact, I have seen cheer leader outfits that showed more skin.
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Old 08-15-2011, 10:40 AM
 
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BIG DIFFERENCE......try going to your local beach nude instead of wearing a bikini and you will find out just how big.

The whole idea of a parole board forcing women to do porn to satisfy the terms of their parole is misogynist and immoral, to say the least.

BTW, I never thought any of Casey's party shots were particularly racy, in fact, I have seen cheer leader outfits that showed more skin.
It's NOT porn. And I don't wear a bikini these days. Way too old for that. I would feel the same way if it were a guy being asked to pose nude for PlayGirl or some gay men's mag. It's legitimate, legal work. If you don't want to pay, you shouldn't play. And you must have missed her girl on girl action shots. SOmetimes it's not the amount of skin showing that makes a photo racy.
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