This morning on the "The Early Show," Brady Conway, the lawyer for Cindy and George Anthony, told anchor Debbye Turner Bell that he's "been told by the state attorney's office and the Orange County Sheriff's Office that no charges are in the--are in the works." The full transcript is below.
Three-year old Caylee Anthony's remains were identified on Friday. Investigators have been able to conclude her death was a homicide.
Partial transcript from this morning's CBS interview with Caylee Anthony's grandparents' lawyer:
BELL: I would assume that the Anthonys, perhaps, are concerned that they might be charged during the course of this investigation, which is why they hired you. Is that a correct assumption?
Mr. CONWAY: No. That's not the exact--the exact reason. Anytime the sheriff's office or any law enforcement agency shuts down your home, serves a warrant on you and declares it a crime scene or a crime scene investigation, you'd better have a criminal defense attorney on board. They have done absolutely nothing wrong. The Anthonys cooperated fully from the beginning. In fact, they gave evidence before any warrants were ever issued or signed by a judge. So if they are charged, I'll be ready to defend them aggressively and thoroughly and at this point, of course, I've got the concern because they can do what they want, but I've been told by the state attorney's office and the Orange County Sheriff's Office that no charges are in the--are in the works.