The Orlando mother accused of killing her young daughter will be tried for the murder in October.
Casey Anthony's first-degree murder trial was tentatively set for Oct. 12 by Circuit Judge Stan Strickland.
Caylee disappeared in mid-June but wasn't reported missing until a month later. Her remains were found in December in a wooded lot about a half-mile from her family's home. The medical examiner ruled her death a homicide.
Casey Anthony claimed that Caylee was kidnapped by a baby sitter and has pleaded not guilty.
Police released case documents last week outlining that evidence found on or near the little girl's skull and bones are a match to items collected at the Anthony house just outside Orlando.
Casey has insisted that she had nothing to do with her little girl's death. Detectives contend she made the kidnapper nanny story up and the sitter doesn't exist.
The judge also agreed to temporarily stop the public release of a jailhouse video of Casey Anthony reacting to news that Caylee's remains had been found until her defense attorney can view the video.
The trial was originally scheduled to begin this month.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.