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Casey Anthony did not accept the limited-immunity deal with prosecutors. Many believe it may be difficult to ever charge anyone with murder should Caylee Anthony never be found. That isn’t the case in Pennsylvania.

They have a law that states someone could be presumed to be dead after being missing for seven years. It isn’t clear if Florida has similar legislation should Caylee Anthony not be found? Could Casey be charged with injury by omission at some point?

Time ran out Tuesday for Casey Anthony, 22, to strike a deal in the criminal case against her. She has pleaded not guilty to lying to investigators and child neglect in connection with Caylee’s disappearance.

Without a body or sufficient hard evidence, filing charges in Caylee’s apparent death has proven difficult, police told FOXNews.com.

“That’s still a possibility,” Orange County Sheriffs’ spokesman Carlos Padilla said when asked whether Anthony could face charges in Caylee’s death. “But we don’t have that right now.”

FoxNews

Prosecutors are continuing to build their case against Casey.

(CNN) — Preliminary FBI lab results show that there were traces of chloroform in the car of the mother of a missing Florida girl, according to a law enforcement source with knowledge of the investigation.

Casey Anthony’s computer, confiscated within hours of her arrest in July on charges of child neglect, making false official statements and obstruction of justice, also showed visits to Web sites with information about chloroform.

Update 09-04-08  Casey Anthony to Be Released From Jail

Update 09-15-08 

ORLANDO, Fla. Casey Anthony, the mother of a missing 3-year-old Orlando girl, has been arrested for a third time.

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