To permit the defendant, whose counsel was well aware that the probation was to begin upon the defendant's release from jail, to avoid serving probation now, would take a lawfully imposed sentence and make it a mockery of justiceCasey Anthony ordered to serve probation Aug 12, 2011
If you cannot control your emotions, this will be a good time to exitDay ends early in Casey Anthony trial Jun 09, 2011
We are mindful of the enormous inconvenience we will be imposingJury selection starts in Caylee death May 09, 2011
By joint stipulation, we are in recess until 9 a.mCasey Anthony trial adjourned for the day Jun 20, 2011
I'm getting very, very close to starting this proceeding every morning at 8:30Casey Anthony trial adjourned for the day Jun 20, 2011
Belvin Perry Jr. (born October 10, 1949, in Orlando, Florida) presently serves as chief judge in the Florida's Ninth Judicial Circuit. He was the presiding judge for the high profile Casey Anthony murder trial.
Perry's father Belvin Perry, Sr. (born October 8, 1920) served as the first of Orlando, Florida's African-American police officers.
Perry earned his Bachelor of Science degree in History in 1972 from Tuskegee University. In 1974 he earned his Masters of Education from the same university. In 1977, Perry received a Juris Doctor degree from Texas Southern University's Thurgood Marshall School of Law.