As you know from my post at the time, I paid as little attention to the Casey
Anthony case as was humanly possible. But if I wanted the continuing legal education, the most interesting program at the hour was this one.
It seems that the explanation is that the prosecutors overreached with goofy pseudoscience and by hiding exculpatory evidence.
Apparently Florida still uses the Frye rule rather than the more modern Daubert rule. I guesses that from the squirrely scientific evidence the trial judge allowed into the case.
I may post more on this later.