Casey Anthony Is Out Of Jail. Her Next Move? Pursuing Criminal Justice Or Photography.

On Sunday circa 3 a.m., Casey Anthony was released from jail, just a week and a half after being controversially acquitted for the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. As Casey walked out of the Orange County Jail in a hot pink polo shirt and got into a car, dozens of people watched, holding picket signs that ranged in messages from “Justice for Caylee” to “Casey, will you marry me?” From there, Casey boarded an airplane at the Orlando Executive Airport and was whisked away to an undisclosed location, where she will be monitored by a heavy duty security team.

So, what will Casey do next? Her lawyer Ann Finnell says Casey has two career choices in mind.“She’s been exposed to the criminal justice system and I think that might be a pursuit of her, whether it’s a paralegal or an advocate for social justice issues,” said Finnell. But she also has a hunch that Casey might pursue photography. “She has always had a passion for that and hopefully she’ll continue with it, because she has an obvious knack for it.”

Meanwhile, another member of Casey’s legal team, Cheney Mason stopped by “The Today Show” this morning to talk about the release. “[Casey’s] life is going to be very difficult for a very long time. As long as there are so many people of the lynch-mob mentality, those willing to deny the fact that the jury found her not guilty, she’s going to have issues,” he said. “This is very psychologically expensive for a human being, and she will take a while to adjust.”

What do you think of Casey’s release?

[ABC News]

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