Jeff Ashton has a very big grudge against the Jury in this case. He calls them stupid and unimaginative. He has a very biased out look of the trial. If I did not know any better I would think he is just mad about the defense team ruining his retirement case. I loved every minute of it. Even from Jeff's bias recollection, you can see where the jury could go against the prosecution. With that being said, The other evidence is still so overwhelming that I cannot understand how they did not convict. The really good part of the book is Jeff gives a better guide to one of the people to blame. Casey's mother did everything she could to protect her daughter. The things she did disgusts me more than what Casey did. As you can see the book brings back the feelings of anger. Good book that I recomend to everyone that had interest in the trial.
Just BADBOY being BADBOY
Ya win some you loss some but Jeff you didn't loss this case the USA loss this case cause parents lied for there daughter cause the media ran this trial not the judge what goes around DOES 100% come around just ask OJ where is he retire with nothing to be ashamed of you did your job in my mind proved with out a shadow of a doubt Casey Anthony GUILTY but 13 others let a killer/lier/SCUM free.But is she free stuck in hiding for her life is that free? If she is seen she WILL most likely be hurt but forever called a MOMMY MURDER..So free I think not.You exposed the true Casey Jeff JOB VERY WELL DONE.
Lover of ideas who feels no guilt at all about her pleasures.
It's a great story. I side with the defense on evidence, so I enjoyed listening to Ashton lose again.
Be warned: If you want more incriminating evidence to be part of this book, you'll be disappointed. Nothing new is here revealed.
I am a retired Court Reporter and I LOVE books. All kinds of books but my favorites are mysteries and period books. I like civil war books and some biographies.
I am a retired court reporter and I'm always amazed at juries. In my opinion the prosecution did prove she did it. The book was very interesting and well written. You would think that any intelligent person could understand the facts and convict her. The only consolation is that she will pay a very high price when God gets hold of her.
Incredibly well written and performed. But good god, how the hell could these jurors let her go free?! What a crazy, obviously guilty b'tch!!! Omg this book will break your heart! How on earth is Casey Anthony a free woman, to have all the babies she wants.
Casey Anthony should have been sterilized AT LEAST!
I'm an attorney, and my heart goes out to the prosecution. They had a strong case against a truly narcissistic murderer. Worst of all the victim was a 2 year old baby girl. I cannot under any circumstances understand what this jury was thinking.
Jeff Ashton has written a very compelling book and performs it like a true professional. I'm sorry for him and the rest of the prosecution team that the outcome was so horrible!
It's truly an anomaly. The biggest mistake in recent trial history.
Jurors should be ashamed to have let this manipulative, compulsive lying, selfish woman kill her baby, party for a month, and then walk free!
This book did not present anything new that those of us that followed the Casey Anthony story did not already know. I have nothing but respect for Jeff Ashton as an attorney. He did a stellar job during the trial as did the other prosecuting attornies. However, the book promised to present NEW information. If the book did present new information, I missed it. Jeff Ashton does a good job of narrating his own book too.
This is more of a bitter recounting of a failed prosecution than an insightful look at the case. I probably should have known better than to expect objectivity, but I would have thought a former prosecutor would have more respect for the jury system.
There were interesting elements of the case discussed, but this reads more like a lengthy sniping at Casey Anthony and her attorney.
It was, however, well narrated.
its not that I love anything about this book. I'm just about the truth.
He did his job.
though shall not judge
Good insights to the true story still a disappointment to the outcome. I learned a lot more about this case though that the media didn't tell you.