Casey Anthony Probation: Don’t Mock Justice or Judge Perry?

Isn’t it refreshing to have a judge, like Judge Perry in the Casey Anthony probation matter? He doesn’t mince his words in his ruling ordering Casey Anthony to begin serving her 1 year probation on the check fraud case. And, he doesn’t shy from holding attorneys accountable for their conduct.

He simply calls it like it is, “To permit the Defendant, whose counsel was well aware that probation was to begin upon the Defendant’s release from jail, to avoid serving probation now, would take a lawfully imposed sentence and make it a mockery of justice”. Could anyone have said it better?

Should we be surprised that Judge Perry would find that, “Baez (Casey’s lead defense attorney) had a duty to intervene when it was apparent his client’s sentence was not being imposed according to the judge’s orders”? Isn’t this the same attorney that the Florida State Bar deemed “unfit” to practice law and the Florida Supreme Court denied his admission for 7 years and found he had “a total lack of respect for the legal system”? Really, are you surprised?

Judge Perry simply redeems the justice system. He reminds us all of why we need judges like him. Judges who see through the “zealous” advocacy to carry out the law and uphold society’s interest in defendant’s serving probation, as it was ordered.

Mockery, indeed.

Simply my opinion, What Say You?

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3 Comments on “Casey Anthony Probation: Don’t Mock Justice or Judge Perry?”

  1. Hilde says:

    Error: Should read Probation not Parole 😳

  2. Hilde says:

    I agree Judge Perry “simply calls it as it is”, period!
    Yes, it is refreshing to have a Judge who by going strictly by the Law came to the right Ruling when it came to Casey A. Probation.
    Why Baez, Mason and some of the Media Talking Heads, one comes to Mind, Jane Valez Mitchell, she really doesn’t make any Sense lately, have a Problem with Judge Perry’s Ruling is beyond me.
    The Media Talking Heads I might understand, half the time they don’t know what they are talking about but Baez and Mason knew, what Judge Strickland’s Ruling was, yet they thought they would get away with just ignoring Judge Strickland’s Ruling in the Check Fraud Case.
    Well they got caught and they didn’t like it!
    Naturally they blamed someone else again for what they did wrong, this time Judge Strickland.
    I am just glad Judge Perry seen right through them.
    His Decision was the right One!
    He gave it a Lot of Thoughts and explained it in legal Terms how he arrived to his final Decision.
    Whoever disagrees with it or don’t like it, too bad, get over it!
    The Appellate Court will most likely not overturn his Decision,besides it will take most likely a Year before it would get that far, by then she is almost done with her Probation.
    Why is she complaining any way? She got away with Murder!
    She could have got Life without Parole.
    I would say she got away really easy, just a Slap on her Wrist. So stop whining and do Your Parole, like every one else would have to do. Case closed! JMO

  3. janelwhite says:

    The judge may have failed to consider two important issues in this action. One, Casey Anthony was already released from probation by the probation department and this will be overturned on the Appellate level. And two, I don’t believe the judge considered just how many complaints the probation department is likely to receive from this defendant by claims of inappropriate actions and non-actions alleged against the department in a twelve month period of time. This will cost the Florida tax-payers an untold and incalculable amount of money. And, for what? Nothing. Casey wins again. What happened to justice for Caylee? -Jane


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