ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Casey Anthony will be back in court to
explain how she is paying her attorneys to defend her against
charges that she murdered her toddler daughter.
The prosecutors say they want to make sure her defense attorney
doesn't have the right to sell her story.
They say such an arrangement could provide grounds for an appeal if she is convicted.
The hearing is set for Wednesday morning.
Casey Anthony has denied such an arrangement and says that
prosecutors filed the motion as retaliation because she did not
agree to a plea deal for a crime she didn't commit.
Casey Anthony is facing a first-degree murder charge after
daughter Caylee was found dead last December, months after
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