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See smaller Michelle Caballero, of Miami, protests the Casey Anthony verdict outside the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, July 7, 2011.  Judge Belvin Perry sentenced  Anthony to four years for lying to investigators but says she can go free in late July or early August because she has already served nearly three years in jail and has had good behavior. While acquitted of killing and abusing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, Anthony was convicted of four counts of lying to detectives trying to find her daughter in July 2008.(AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)

Michelle Caballero, of Miami, protests the Casey Anthony verdict outside the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, July 7, 2011. Judge Belvin Perry sentenced Anthony to four years for lying to investigators but says she can go free in late July or early August because she has already served nearly three years in jail and has had good behavior. While acquitted of killing and abusing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, Anthony was convicted of four counts of lying to detectives trying to find her daughter in July 2008.(AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)

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  • Casey Anthony enters the courtroom for her sentencing on charges of lying to a law enforcement officer at the Orange County Courthouse Orlando, Fla., Thursday, July 7, 2011. Anthony was acquitted of murder charges. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • Casey Anthony talks with her attorney, Dorothy Clay Sims, before a sentencing hearing in Orlando, Fla. on Thursday, July 7, 2011. Anthony was acquitted of killing her daughter, Caylee, but faces four charges of lying to police officials. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • George Anthony, left, and Cindy Anthony, parents of Casey Anthony, arrive at the Orange County Courthouse for Casey Anthony's sentencing in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, July 7, 2011.  Anthony was acquitted of murder charges.   (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)
  • Casey Anthony, left, talks with her attorney, Dorothy Clay Sims, during a sentencing hearing in Orlando, Fla. on Thursday, July 7, 2011. Judge Belvin Perry sentenced Anthony to four years for lying to investigators but says she can go free in late July or early August because she has already served nearly three years in jail and has had good behavior. While acquitted of killing and abusing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, Anthony was convicted of four counts of lying to detectives trying to find her daughter in July 2008.  (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • Michelle Caballero, of Miami, protests the Casey Anthony verdict outside the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, July 7, 2011.  Judge Belvin Perry sentenced  Anthony to four years for lying to investigators but says she can go free in late July or early August because she has already served nearly three years in jail and has had good behavior. While acquitted of killing and abusing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, Anthony was convicted of four counts of lying to detectives trying to find her daughter in July 2008.(AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)
  • George and Cindy Anthony enter the courtroom before the sentencing hearing for their daughter, Casey, at the Orange County Courthouse Orlando, Fla., Thursday, July 7, 2011.  Casey was acquitted on murder charges but was found guilty of lying to law enforcement. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • Attorney Cheney Mason, left, lawyer for Casey Anthony, arrives at the  Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, July 7,  2011.   Anthony, who was acquitted of killing her daughter, Caylee Anthony, faces sentencing for lesser charges. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
  • Attorney Cheney Mason, attorney for Casey Anthony,  arrives at the  Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, July 7 2011.  Anthony, who was acquitted of killing her daughter, Caylee Anthony, faces sentencing for lesser charges.  (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
  • Vivian DePerrio, second from left, waits as Jeff Pierce, left, writes her name for her ticket for Thursday's sentencing of Casey Anthony at Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., Wednesday, July 6, 2011.  (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
  • A visitor takes a photo at an unofficial Caylee Anthony memorial in Orlando, Fla., Wednesday, July 6, 2011. Anthony waits to learn if she could spend her first night out of jail in almost three years since she was first accused in the case. It's possible that Judge Belvin Perry could sentence her Thursday to time already served for those crimes. The four counts of lying to sheriff's deputies each carry a maximum sentence of one year. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
  • Casey Anthony sits in the courtroom before a sentencing hearing in Orlando, Fla. on Thursday, July 7, 2011. Anthony was acquitted of killing her daughter, Caylee, but faces four charges of lying to police officials. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • George Anthony, left, and Cindy Anthony, parents of Casey Anthony, arrive at the Orange County Courthouse for Casey Anthony's sentencing in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, July 7, 2011.  Anthony was acquitted of murder charges.  (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)
  • Casey Anthony sits in the courtroom before a sentencing hearing in Orlando, Fla. on Thursday, July 7, 2011. Anthony was acquitted of killing her daughter, Caylee, but faces four charges of lying to police officials. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • Attorney Cheney Mason, attorney for Casey Anthony,  arrives at the  Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, July 7, 2011.  Anthony, who was acquitted of killing her daughter, Caylee Anthony, faces sentencing for lesser charges.  (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
  • Casey Anthony, left, speaks to her attorney, Dorothy Clay Sims, before her sentencing hearing, on charges of lying to a law enforcement officer at the Orange County Courthouse Orlando, Fla.,Thursday, July 7, 2011. Anthony was acquitted of killing her daughter, Caylee.  (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • Casey Anthony aguarda sentencia en Orlando, Florida, el jueves 7 de julio del 2011. Fue absuelta de matar a su hijita pero sentenciada a cuatro años por mentir a los investigadores (AP Foto/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • Casey Anthony smiles  before the start of her sentencing hearing in Orlando, Fla.,Thursday, July 7, 2011. Judge Belvin Perry sentenced Anthony to four years for lying to investigators but says she can go free in late July or early August because she has already served nearly three years in jail and has had good behavior. While acquitted of killing and abusing her daughter, Caylee, Anthony was convicted of four counts of lying to detectives trying to find her daughter. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • Casey Anthony talks with her attorneys, Cheney Mason, left, and Dorothy Clay Sims before the start of her sentencing hearing at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, July 7, 2011. Judge Belvin Perry sentenced Anthony to four years for lying to investigators but says she can go free in late July or early August due to her good behavior. While acquitted of killing and abusing her daughter, Caylee, Anthony was convicted of four counts of lying to police officials trying to find her daughter. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • Judge Belvin Perry listens to arguments in the sentencing hearing for Casey Anthony at the Orange County Courthouse  in Orlando, Fla. ,Thursday, July 7, 2011. Perry sentenced Anthony to four years for lying to investigators but says she can go free in late July or early August because she has served nearly three years in jail and has behaved well. While acquitted of murdering her daughter, Caylee, Anthony was convicted of four counts of lying to detectives trying to find her daughter in the summer of 2008. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • Assistant state attorney Linda Drane Burdick presents arguments to Judge Belvin Perry during the Casey Anthony sentencing hearing at the Orange County Courthouse  in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, July 7, 2011. Perry sentenced Anthony to four years for lying to investigators but says she can go free in late July or early August after serving nearly three years in jail. While acquitted of killing and abusing her daughter, Caylee, Anthony was convicted of four counts of lying to police trying to find her daughter in the summer of 2008. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • Casey Anthony and her attorney, Jose Baez, listen to arguments during her sentencing hearing in Orlando, Fla.,Thursday, July 7, 2011. Judge Belvin Perry sentenced Anthony to four years for lying to investigators but says she can go free in late July or early August because she has already served nearly three years in jail and has had good behavior. While acquitted of killing and abusing her daughter, Caylee, Anthony was convicted of four counts of lying to detectives trying to find her daughter. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • Casey Anthony waits in the courtroom before the start of her sentencing hearing in Orlando, Fla.,Thursday, July 7, 2011.   Judge Belvin Perry sentenced Anthony to four years for lying to investigators.   Anthony  could be free in a matter of weeks after spending nearly three years in jail on accusations she murdered her 2-year-old daughter.   While acquitted of killing and abusing her daughter, Caylee, Anthony was convicted of four counts of lying to detectives trying to find her daughter. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)
  • Casey Anthony smiles before the start of her sentencing hearing in Orlando, Fla.,Thursday, July 7, 2011. Judge Belvin Perry sentenced Anthony to four years for lying to investigators but says she can go free in late July or early August because she has already served nearly three years in jail and has had good behavior. While acquitted of killing and abusing her daughter, Caylee, Anthony was convicted of four counts of lying to detectives trying to find her daughter. (AP Photo/Joe Burbank, Pool)

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