Indiana Lawmakers To Discuss Possible “Caylee’s Law”

An Indiana legislative study committee will hold discussion tomorrow on whether the General Assembly should consider tougher laws for requiring parents to report the disappearance or death of a child. The discussion was prompted by the public outcry that followed last month’s verdict in the Casey Anthony trial. The Florida woman was acquitted of first-degree […]

‘Caylee’s Law’ Proposed in Kentucky, Could Have No Effect

A bill in reaction to the high-profile Casey Anthony trial in Orlando Florida has surfaced in Kentucky. “Caylee’s Law” was recently pre-filed for the 2012 legislative session. When Anthony was acquitted of murdering her two-year-old daughter Caylee, many observers were outraged that she faced no jail time for failing to report her daughter missing for […]

McConnell Blasted For Citing Casey Anthony Trial to Justify Gitmo Tribunals

Citing the verdict in the Casey Anthony case to justify trying terror suspects in military tribunals sounds like a stretch, but that was what Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., suggested Sunday and it’s put the commonwealth’s senior Senator under increased criticism. “We found with the Caylee Anthony case how difficult it is to get […]