ORLANDO - In a new round of motions, defense attorneys don't want jurors to see the look on Casey Anthony's face when she learned her daughter's remains had been found.
The moment was captured on video and reportedly shows Casey becoming visibly distraught.
Her lawyers contend Casey's reaction is not relevant and that the cameras were part of a set up.
According to the motion, "The Orange County Sheriff's Office had made prior arrangements with the Orange County Department of Corrections to place Miss Anthony in a location where security cameras that were originally intended to monitor inmates for safety purposes were positioned to record Miss Anthony's verbal and/or nonverbal reactions to the…television reports."
The motion goes on to say that Casey was led to believe she was being taken to a clinic where the cameras were located for medical treatment.
Caylee Anthony's remains were discovered in December 2008 near the Anthony home. Casey is charged with first-degree murder. In the past, she claimed a babysitter took Caylee.
Earlier Wednesday, Casey's lawyers filed a motion that would keep the jury from hearing about a heart-shaped sticker that was found with Caylee's remains.
Similar stickers were found at the Anthony's home.
Investigators say a piece of silver duct tape had been placed over Caylee's mouth. When the duct tape was processed, they say, residue in the shape of a heart was discovered.
It appeared to be consistent with a heart-shaped sticker found at the crime scene.
Residue evidence from the sticker was destroyed during FBI processing for fingerprints and no photographs of the residue were ever taken.
The defense contends that since the evidence does not exist, allowing it in court would be prejudicial against Casey calling it "phantom heart sticker evidence."
Casey's murder trial is scheduled for May 2011.
Sources: wftv.com, orlandosentinel.com
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