ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The mother of slain central Florida toddler Caylee Anthony will be back in court to ask a judge to stop the public release of evidence in her case.
Casey Anthony will ask a judge Monday to halt the release of online photos and a jailhouse video of her reacting to the news that her daughter's remains had been found.
Casey Anthony has been charged with her daughter's murder. She claimed that Caylee was kidnapped by a baby sitter and has pleaded not guilty.
Casey Anthony's attorney argues that the online photos are unrelated to the case and would be embarassing to his client. The attorney also argues that releasing the jailhouse video would taint a potential jury pool.
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