Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony

Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony - Jeff Ashton, Lisa Pulitzer I have followed this case from the very beginning and really enjoyed getting the inside story from the prosecution.I give Jeff Ashton and his team credit for trying to bring justice to Caylee even knowing full well that their case was based purely on circumstantial evidence. It's a shame that they did not have anything concrete.That being said, I also agree that a measure of common sense was needed on the jury's end. In my opinion, it was just too many "coincidences". I'd be lying if I said that I was not disappointed with the verdict.I would like to read Jose Baez's version of the trial and events that unfolded, especially after how he was portrayed in this book (which I gotta admit was exactly how I percieved him during his press conferences). It's scary that Casey ended up with Baez, considering how similar they appear in their conscience and morality.