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Photos: How Is Casey Anthony's Demeanor Different When the Jury's Not in the Courtroom?

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Uploaded on Jun 27, 2011

We learned this morning that the reason the mysterious recess was called in the Casey Anthony trial on Saturday, was because the defense filed a motion to determine Anthony's competency to proceed. The court ordered for Casey to be examined by 3 psychologists over the weekend, who determined that she is competent to stand trial.

Judge Jeanine Pirro joined America's Newsroom to comment on the differences in Casey's demeanor when the jury has left the courtroom. She said, "She can look at photographs of this skull, the bones of her child, have no emotion before the jury comes in, and when the jury comes in, all of the sudden, she's emotional, she's taking out her tissues. Look, this woman has been prepped for this case. I've even had body language experts on my show to try to assess what is real and what isn't. But, her behavior totally changes. She laughs, she jokes with the lawyers, she's going back and forth with them. And, then when the jury comes in, she's got that flat affect, which they're trying to say is a result of her bring, of course, a victim of sex abuse by her father for all those years before she went to school."

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