Timeline: Caylee Anthony Case

Casey Anthony has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges of her daughter Caylee and remains behind bars in Orlando. 

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    Caylee Anthony was 2-years-old when she vanished in June 2008. The Florida toddler wasn't reported missing by her mother Casey Anthony for a month. Anthony told police she hadn't seen her daughter since she left her with a baby sitter. Authorities arrested Anthony in October 2008 on first-degree murder charges. She later told police she waited a month to report her daughter missing because she had been conducting her own investigation into her whereabouts. In December, Caylee's skeletal remains were found near the Anthony home in Orlando by a meter reader -- six months after the little girl disappeared. Anthony has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges and remains behind bars in Orlando. Her trial was pushed back from October 2009 to January 2010, but could be delayed even further.
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    2009 Casey Anthony Tells Investigator Caylee is Alive

    Oct. 14, 2008: Still video image released in 2009 by the Orange/Osceola State Attorney's Office shows Casey Anthony, left, being interviewed by FBI agent Nick Savage at the Orange County Sheriffs Office in Orlando, Fla. Anthony calmly asserted to investigators during the interview that she believed her daughter, Caylee, was alive.
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    2008 Casey Anthony Arrested in Cuffs

    Oct. 14, 2008: Casey Antony, center, is shown after she is escorted from the Orange County Sheriffs Office by FBI Agent Nick Savage, left, and Orange County Sheriff Detective Eric Edwards after she was arrested for the murder of her daughter, Caylee. Prosecutors have released more evidence Monday April 6, 2009 related to the death of 2-year old Caylee.
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    2008 Casey Anthony Posts Bail

    Aug. 21, 2008: Casey Anthony, mother of missing toddler Caylee Anthony, is escorted from the Orange County Florida jail by her attorney Jose Baez after posting a $500,000 dollar bond in Orlando, Fla.
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    August 13, 2009: Photo of Casey Anthony taken  at the Orange County jail.
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    Caylee Funeral

    Feb. 10, 2008: George and Cindy Anthony walk back to their seats after placing a teddy bear at the memorial for their granddaughter Caylee Anthony at First Baptist Orlando in Orlando, Fla.  
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    Caylee Funeral

    Feb. 10, 2008: George and Cindy Anthony in their seats after placing a teddy bear at the memorial for their granddaughter Caylee Anthony at First Baptist Orlando in Orlando, Fla. Source: MyFOXOrlando.com
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    2009 Casey Anthony Laughs in Court

    October 16, 2009: Casey Anthony looks at prosecutor Linda Drane Burdick during a hearing at the Orange County Courthouse. Circuit Judge Stan Strickled dismissed a request Friday to throw out the most serious criminal charges against Casey Anthoney, accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee Anthony in 2008.
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    2009 Casey Anthony Tries to Drop Case

    Jan. 30, 2009: Casey Anthony, 22, smiles, as she attends a court hearing at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla. Attorneys are set to make their case for dropping murder charges against Casey Anthony, the Florida mother accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter.
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    Casey Anthony

    August 13, 2009: A photo of the tattoo Casey Anthony got right after her daughter Caylee disappeared. It says "La Bella Vita" which translates from Italian to "beautiful life." Anthony got the tattoo on her left shoulder blade on July 3, 2008 — two weeks after Caylee was last seen alive.
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    2010 Casey Anthony ABC News

    March 18, 2010: Casey Anthony sits at the defense table as Casey Anthony's lawyers Jose Baez and Andrea Lyon confer during a hearing why the state should help pay for some of her defense expenses. We now know how Casey Anthony paid for her legal expenses, details were revealed this morning during an hour-long hearing in court. ABC News paid Casey Anthony $200,000. Another former defense attorney kicked in $70,000 and private donor gave $5,000.
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    2010 Casey Anthony Cries in Court

    Jan. 25, 2010: Casey Anthony weeps in a courtroom of the Orange County Courthouse after she was found guilty on six counts of check fraud and adjudicated on seven other counts in Orlando, Fla.
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    2011 Casey Anthony During Trial

    March 2, 2011 : Casey Anthony, 24, sits in a courtroom in Orlando, Fla for the first of a two-day hearing on a series of motions by the defense and the prosecution for her murder trial. Anthony has pleaded not guilty in the death of her daughter Caylee and said a babysitter kidnapped the child.
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    Caylee Evidence

    Caylee Anthony's barrette, submitted as evidence. Source: MyFOXOrlando
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    Caylee Evidence

    Caylee Anthony's barrette, submitted as evidence. Source: MyFOXOrlando
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    Caylee Evidence

    A piece of Caylee Anthony's clothing, submitted as evidence. Source: MyFOXOrlando
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    Caylee Anthony

    Caylee Anthony was 2-years-old when she vanished in June 2008. The Florida toddler wasn't reported missing by her mother Casey Anthony for a month. Anthony told police she hadn't seen her daughter since she left her with a baby sitter. Authorities arrested Anthony in October 2008 on first-degree murder charges. She later told police she waited a month to report her daughter missing because she had been conducting her own investigation into her whereabouts. In December, Caylee's skeletal remains were found near the Anthony home in Orlando by a meter reader -- six months after the little girl disappeared. Anthony has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges and remains behind bars in Orlando. Her trial was pushed back from October 2009 to January 2010, but could be delayed even further. Source: MyFOXOrlando.com The Associated Press contributed to this report.  
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    Caylee Anthony

    Caylee Anthony was 2-years-old when she vanished in June 2008. The Florida toddler wasn't reported missing by her mother Casey Anthony for a month. Anthony told police she hadn't seen her daughter since she left her with a baby sitter. Authorities arrested Anthony in October 2008 on first-degree murder charges. She later told police she waited a month to report her daughter missing because she had been conducting her own investigation into her whereabouts. In December, Caylee's skeletal remains were found near the Anthony home in Orlando by a meter reader -- six months after the little girl disappeared. Anthony has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges and remains behind bars in Orlando. Her trial was pushed back from October 2009 to January 2010, but could be delayed even further. Source: MyFOXOrlando.com The Associated Press contributed to this report.  
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    Caylee Anthony

    Caylee Anthony was 2-years-old when she vanished in June 2008. The Florida toddler wasn't reported missing by her mother Casey Anthony for a month. Anthony told police she hadn't seen her daughter since she left her with a baby sitter. Authorities arrested Anthony in October 2008 on first-degree murder charges. She later told police she waited a month to report her daughter missing because she had been conducting her own investigation into her whereabouts. In December, Caylee's skeletal remains were found near the Anthony home in Orlando by a meter reader -- six months after the little girl disappeared. Anthony has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges and remains behind bars in Orlando. Her trial was pushed back from October 2009 to January 2010, but could be delayed even further. Source: MyFOXOrlando.com The Associated Press contributed to this report.  
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    Caylee Anthony

    Caylee Anthony was 2-years-old when she vanished in June 2008. The Florida toddler wasn't reported missing by her mother Casey Anthony for a month. Anthony told police she hadn't seen her daughter since she left her with a baby sitter. Authorities arrested Anthony in October 2008 on first-degree murder charges. She later told police she waited a month to report her daughter missing because she had been conducting her own investigation into her whereabouts. In December, Caylee's skeletal remains were found near the Anthony home in Orlando by a meter reader -- six months after the little girl disappeared. Anthony has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges and remains behind bars in Orlando. Her trial was pushed back from October 2009 to January 2010, but could be delayed even further. Source: MyFOXOrlando.com The Associated Press contributed to this report.  
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    Caylee Anthony

    Caylee Anthony was 2-years-old when she vanished in June 2008. The Florida toddler wasn't reported missing by her mother Casey Anthony for a month. Anthony told police she hadn't seen her daughter since she left her with a baby sitter. Authorities arrested Anthony in October 2008 on first-degree murder charges. She later told police she waited a month to report her daughter missing because she had been conducting her own investigation into her whereabouts. In December, Caylee's skeletal remains were found near the Anthony home in Orlando by a meter reader -- six months after the little girl disappeared. Anthony has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges and remains behind bars in Orlando. Her trial was pushed back from October 2009 to January 2010, but could be delayed even further. Source: MyFOXOrlando.com The Associated Press contributed to this report.  
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    Caylee Anthony

    Caylee Anthony was 2-years-old when she vanished in June 2008. The Florida toddler wasn't reported missing by her mother Casey Anthony for a month. Anthony told police she hadn't seen her daughter since she left her with a baby sitter. Authorities arrested Anthony in October 2008 on first-degree murder charges. She later told police she waited a month to report her daughter missing because she had been conducting her own investigation into her whereabouts. In December, Caylee's skeletal remains were found near the Anthony home in Orlando by a meter reader -- six months after the little girl disappeared. Anthony has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges and remains behind bars in Orlando. Her trial was pushed back from October 2009 to January 2010, but could be delayed even further. Source: MyFOXOrlando.com The Associated Press contributed to this report.  
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    Caylee Anthony

    Caylee Anthony was 2-years-old when she vanished in June 2008. The Florida toddler wasn't reported missing by her mother Casey Anthony for a month. Anthony told police she hadn't seen her daughter since she left her with a baby sitter. Authorities arrested Anthony in October 2008 on first-degree murder charges. She later told police she waited a month to report her daughter missing because she had been conducting her own investigation into her whereabouts. In December, Caylee's skeletal remains were found near the Anthony home in Orlando by a meter reader -- six months after the little girl disappeared. Anthony has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges and remains behind bars in Orlando. Her trial was pushed back from October 2009 to January 2010, but could be delayed even further. Source: MyFOXOrlando.com The Associated Press contributed to this report.  
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