ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Prosecutors say the deadline has passed for a 22-year-old Orlando mother to accept a partial immunity deal and provide information about what happened to her missing 3-year-old
Casey Anthony's lawyer did not respond to the State Attorney's Office by 9 a.m. Tuesday morning, which was his last opportunity.
Caylee Anthony was reported missing in mid-July, about a month after she was last seen. Investigators have since said they believe the girl is dead, and evidence indicates there was a decomposing body in her mother's trunk.
Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez, didn't immediately respond to requests for comment Tuesday. He has said his client doesn't know what happened to Caylee.
Anthony was returned to jail on Friday after prosecutors filed new charges of theft against her.
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