Casey Anthony wants to appeal her lying conviction, and will appear in court tomorrow in hopes of doing just that. But does it really matter at this point considering she's already among the most hated people on the planet? In case you're not already an expert on everything Casey, she was convicted of lying in 2011 when she was found not guilty of killing her daughterÂ—even though there was more than enough evidence to show that she was, at the least, negligent to the point of her child being killed in some fashion.
Now she wants to appeal that lying convictionÂ—but it's unlikely she will be granted that appeal. It's pretty much common knowledge that she's a pathologically liar. Even her former lawyer Jose Baez has been quoted as calling her a troubled liar, someone who lives in a world of fantasy. She even tried to use her lies as a defense during the murder trial, unwittingly admitting that the claims that "Zanny the nanny" kidnapped Caylee Marie Anthony.
Casey Anthony has dirt for brains if she thinks the state of Florida is going to appeal this lying conviction. She's been proven a liar time and time againÂ—to the point that this was the only conviction they were able to stick to her in the end. Her murdered daughter never got justice for what happened to her, but it's been proven without a doubt that Casey lies.
Chelsea Hoffman is a candidly opinionated crime analyst with a lifelong interest in criminology and activism. She also owns 'Girl Nerdology' and is the author of several fiction stories. Follow her on Twitter @TheRealChelseaH or email her privately through Chelsea Hoffman: Case to Case.