Florida State Attorney Releases New Evidence in Casey Anthony Case

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The Florida State Attorney's office released new evidence Tuesday in the case against 24-year-old murder suspect Casey Anthony, MyFoxOrlando.com reports.

Anthony, who has pleaded not guilty to murdering her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, remains jailed without bail unit her trial, which is scheduled to begin in May.

Included in the latest release of evidence are audio interviews with members of Texas Equusearch, who searched for the child's remains, as well as photos of mother and daughter, according to the station.

The photos, reportedly taken by Anthony's ex-boyfriend, Ricardo Morales, show the toddler wearing a T-shirt with the same graphics as the shirt found with Caylee's skeletal remains in December 2008.

Attorneys for Anthony, meanwhile, introduced three new members to her defense team last week.

Attorneys Ann Finnell and Charles Green will be joining the team which includes Jose Baez and Cheney Mason. Baez said the new lawyers, who will work the case pro bono, will be "invaluable assets" to Anthony's defense.

"I'd rather be accused of overprepared instead of being underprepared," Baez told reporters last week. "We're all prepared to fight and fight as hard as we have to."

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