ORLANDO, Fla. -- Casey Anthony's lawyer is writing a book about her murder trial.
Attorney Jose Baez said Tuesday the book will be released in July. It is titled: "Presume Guilty, Casey Anthony: The Inside Story."
Baez is promising the book will be about what happened off the record, and it will describe who the real Anthony is.
Anthony was acquitted in the killing of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, in July in a trial that mesmerized the nation.
Anthony was released from jail in late July and has remained out of sight since. She is serving probation on an unrelated charge.
The bombshell trial of Casey Anthony captivated the nation's attention. The Florida mother, pictured in this photo from her Photobucket.com account, was found not guilty of murdering her two-year-old daughter, Caylee.
Amidst all of the hoopla surrounding the trial, some of Casey Anthony's personal photographs were released. Several of Anthony's photographs were used as evidence.
Prosecutors alleged that Casey Anthony killed her daughter, then misled authorities who were searching for the toddler. But her attorneys insisted that Caylee drowned in the family's swimming pool. The defendant's lawyers claimed that after years of abuse, Casey Anthony felt unable to reveal the truth.
Prosecutors attempted to cast Casey Anthony as a party girl -- revealing that she took part in a "Hot Body" contest just four days after she claimed her daughter drowned in her family's pool.
Lawyers showed jurors photos of Casey Anthony partying, like this image, which was posted on the defendant's Photobucket.com account.
Casey Anthony reportedly told investigators that her daughter had been kidnapped by a nanny, but during the trial her attorneys claimed the child drowned.
One question that remains unanswered is the identity of Caylee Anthony's father. Casey Anthony reportedly told friends that the child's father was a "one night thing."
But her lawyers have floated a theory involving incest. Casey Anthony's attorneys pressed an FBI witness to tell jurors that the agency conducted a paternity test on the defendant's brother, Lee Anthony. The test came back negative.
Investigators also conducted a paternity test on Casey Anthony's father, George Anthony, which also came back negative.
Tests also revealed that Jesse Grund, a man Casey Anthony once dated, was not Caylee Anthony's father.
Casey Anthony's family said they knew something was amiss when they detected a foul odor coming from the back of the defendant's car in July, 2008.
The trunk of the car actually contained a bag of trash, but prosecutors claimed that Caylee Anthony's body decomposed in the rear of the vehicle before it was moved to another location.
An insect expert for the defense stated that the body didn't decompose in the car because there wasn't any evidence of bugs that are often attracted to remains.
Caylee Anthony's remains were discovered near the family's home in December, 2008.
Prosecutors alleged that Casey Anthony killed her daughter by placing duct tape over her mouth. Duct tape was discovered wrapped around the todder's skull when the child's remains were recovered.
Casey Anthony was indicted on October 14, 2008, on charges of first-degree murder.
The Casey Antony trial became the year's biggest legal event. Spectators lined up every morning to get tickets to the trial. In one case, attendees got into a fistfight over access to the courtroom.
The case became one of the most monumental trials in Florida's history.
Some photos of Casey Anthony and Caylee Anthony were classified as evidence.
Jury selection for the Casey Anthony trial began on May 9, 2011.
Alongside capital murder, Casey Anthony was also charged with aggravated child abuse, aggravated manslaughter of a child and misleading law enforcement in the case of the death of her daughter, Caylee Anthony.
The prosecution sought the death penalty.
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