Casey Anthony's mother, Cindy, was called to testify again in her daughter's murder trial Tuesday.
The prosecution asked about the length of her hair in July 2008 and if it was colored. She also asked if the family kept duct tape in their garage.
Cindy Anthony cried several times during her testimony, when pictures of her granddaughter Caylee were shown and when she was asked to identify a shirt the little girl was wearing.
Prosecutor: "Would it be fair to say you've never seen that shirt at your house?"
Cindy Anthony: "I don't remember seeing that shirt."
Casey Anthony is charged with first-degree murder in the death of her daughter, Caylee. If convicted, she faces a death sentence.
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