Orlando, Fla. – Casey Anthony prosecutor, Jeff Ashton, is expected to reveal “explosive” details in his new book about the case of the Florida mother acquitted of murder, which is scheduled to be published in late November.
On Wednesday, the book’s publisher William Morrow officially announced the book entitled ‘Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony’ will include Ashton’s detailed account of the case against Casey, who was accused of killing her toddler daughter, Caylee Anthony, 2.
William Morrow also announced the book will contain “explosive” details that have not yet been released to the public.
“The book goes where the press and pundits have only speculated – detailing the day to day investigation, examining how the prosecution built their case, and explaining how a woman so shrouded in guilt was proclaimed innocent,” the publisher said in a press release, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
On July 5, 2011, a jury acquitted Casey, 25, of murdering her daughter, allowing her to walk out of jail on July 17. Few jurors spoke about the trial after its completion, however, those that did claimed the prosecution did not provide enough evidence for the 12 to convict Casey of killing Caylee.
According to Ashton, his book will include an overview of the prosecution’s performance during the trial, including both its strengths and weaknesses. In addition, Ashton will write about his belief that Casey got away with murder.
The book will be co-written by Ashton and former New York Times reporter Lisa Pulitzer, according to the Reporter.
BarnesandNoble.com began offering the book for pre-order over the weekend, reportedly sending it to No. 1 on the Website’s sales rankings.
To watch the entire Casey Anthony trial, including jury selection, opening statements, court proceedings, witness testimony and closing arguments, click here.
To revisit Casey’s case, find links to pages and pages of evidence, including transcripts of law enforcement interviews, court documents, letters, and forensic evidence, by clicking here.
In addition, links to a multitude of videos and photos released in the case including the many men in Casey’s life, party photos, and evidentiary images can be found by clicking here.
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