What happens next?
Casey Anthony will be sentenced by Chief Judge Belvin Perry on Thursday morning for the four counts of lying to law enforcement. She could face a maximum of up to one year in prison for each count.
How much time could she face?
Thursday will mark the 997th day Casey Anthony will have spent at the Orange County Jail, and it could be her last. The maximum penalty she faces in this crime is four years. In January 2010 she was convicted of six felony charges related to a check fraud case, but given credit for time served and one year probation to start once she leaves jail.
Will she have any restrictions once she leaves jail?
The probation will not affect her ability to capitalize on the case by signing movie or book rights or selling interviews. There has been a lot of speculation that television and movie agents and book publishers will pursue her, and other players in this case.
Why didn't the jurors comment?
A tentative press conference was scheduled immediately following the verdict, but court spokeswoman Karen Levey said at that time not a single juror chose to participate. In a rare move, Perry signed an order weeks ago that prohibited release of the jurors' names. So far only two alternates have been identified.Copyright © 2015, CT Now