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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 423 pages
  • Publisher: BenBella Books; 1st edition (July 3, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1937856380
  • ISBN-13: 978-1937856380
  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 6.3 x 1.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (647 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #318,142 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"An incredible read. Presumed Guilty and Helter Skelter are the two best true crime books of all time."
—Geraldo Rivera, Fox News

"It's a fascinating story."
—Barbara Walters

"Jose Baez is the most sought-after criminal defense attorney in the country."
Los Angeles Times

"Baez’s courtroom strategy is stunning!"
—ABC News

"Jose Baez is really the new Johnnie Cochran…. If you're in trouble, you want the best go-to person in the criminal-justice system. Right now, that person is Jose Baez."
—Sunny Hostin, In Session

"The jury was faced with a very difficult task but probably made the right decision."
—John Grisham, bestselling author

"Baez is one of the best lawyers in America."
—Fox News Latino

About the Author

Jose Baez is one of the most sought-after attorneys in the country. After successfully defending Casey Anthony in what became one of the nation’s most high-profile trials, he took on the international case of Gary Giordano, which caught international headlines. Baez fought hard to successfully obtain Giordano’s release from a prison in Aruba where he had been held for several months. Baez continues to practice criminal defense law, handling cases throughout the country, especially those involving complex forensic issues for which Baez has shown strong interest and expertise.

Baez is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese, extremely active in various charitable endeavors in the Hispanic community, and enjoys traveling and spending time with his family. He currently has offices in Orlando and Miami, Florida.

Peter Golenbock, one of the nation's best-known sports authors, graduated Dartmouth College in 1967 and the NYU School of Law in 1970. He has written seven New York Times bestsellers, including The Bronx Zoo (with Sparky Lyle) and American Prince (with Tony Curtis).

Customer Reviews

Casey Anthony and Jose Baez got their wish.
Kindle Customer
He doesn't explain the duct tape being attached to the hair mat, which indicates that it was wrapped around Caylee's face.
Ravenous Reader
This book is a waste of time, money, and mental resources if you want to know the truth about what happened to Caylee.
G.I Gurdjieff

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342 of 395 people found the following review helpful By Ravenous Reader on July 10, 2012
Format: Hardcover
I am going to write a review of the book, which I did read all the way through, as best I can without getting into my personal feelings about Casey Anthony and Jose Baez. I read the book because after the trial, I still could not understand what actually happened to Caylee, and was hoping to get some new information. The book did not provide me with anything factual that could go towards answering my questions, however.

I have two major problems with the book: (1) Baez uses it as an opportunity to bash Jeff Ashton relentlessly, and arrogantly. He resents Ashton's behavior and characterizations of him, rightly so, and yet stoops to the same level. Baez states that he is a classy, talented lawyer, and yet dives right down into the worst behaviors himself. This made it difficult to read the book for content. (2) The book left many unanswered questions for me:

(a) the alleged sexual abuse. This was never proven, and never corroborated by anyone. Casey told several people that she had been groped by her adolescent brother, but never alleged any abuse by her father, when she had every opportunity and motive to do so, had it been true. In fact, in her jailhouse letter to Robin Adams, she says that she DOESN'T remember her father abusing her, only her brother, which consisted of touching her breasts. Baez, however, states that she told people of "the abuse", but he never says that she only mentioned her brother. Misleading at best, and amounts to falsehood about the abuse statements.

(b) the duct tape attached to the hair mat. I was not present at the trial and did not see the pictures, but in the coroner's report, it is stated that duct tape was attached to the hair mat, and had held the mandible attached to the skull.
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66 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Gloriea433 on September 8, 2012
Format: Hardcover
Jose Baez is awful. This book is just chapter after chapter of bragging and lies. He is truly delusional. The most sought after lawyer in the US? Not exactly, even other lawyers don't want to work with him, as evidenced by his desperate grab to get on Zimmerman's defense team and the flat out rejection he received.

This book is a joke. It doesn't care about the truth, Baez just says whatever he wants, regardless of the timeline and the known facts presented during the trial. The fact that he is still assassinating George Anthony's character after being told that he failed to prove the allegations AND that he was forbidden to use them in his closing statement reviles him even more. This time, he isn't trying to "save anyone's life." This time he's just trying to make a profit.

Like many, the story of Caylee's skull being carved open by a crappy, rusty saw and how lighthearted he tried to portray the occasion and even inject humor into it sickens me to my very soul. He shows no regard or respect for Caylee throughout his story, the entire thing is a concerted attempt to shove her aside and make people feel sorry for his client and her abominable behavior. His proof against George is nothing more than nitpicking and assumptions, all of them assuming to know what was going on in George's head. He produces zero concrete evidence while on the other hand the prosecution produced both direct and circumstantial evidence tying Casey and only Casey to this crime.

Those jurors were lazy and dumber than a box of rocks. They should be ashamed of themselves.
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By K. Scholl on September 5, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
I checked this book out from the library (because I refuse to pay a penny to support Jose Baez or Casey Anthony) and found it to be as expected - an unsupported crock of BS. Sadly, the jury was - tired, lonely, overwhelmed, coerced by the CSI Hollywood hype that solves a case in an hour, didn't understand the term REASONABLE DOUBT does NOT apply to any crazy theory that pops into your head and were just plain ready to go home. Read the book since everyone is entitled to their own opinion but I would suggest you borrow it or check it out of the local library since it is definitely NOT worth paying for, owning or keeping.
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439 of 523 people found the following review helpful By A_News_Junkie on July 4, 2012
Format: Hardcover
Judge Stan Strickland said, "The truth and Ms. Anthony are strangers." Truer words were indeed never spoken! After reading this book, I believe the truth and Mr. Baez are strangers too.

Baez's own opening statement was filled with lies that this book does not address. So, if you think this book will back up statements that he failed to prove at trial - I am sorry to tell you, you will be sorely disappointed. His words at trial were: "You'll see evidence, conclusive evidence, that he[George Anthony] took steps to throw his own daughter under the bus just to protect himself"

Oh, and lest we forget - His opening statement he accused Mr. Kronk of finding Caylee's body and moving it.
"Mr. Kronk is a morally bankrupt individual who actually took Caylee's body and hid her." Again, not proven in court or the book.

I could go on, but will instead spare you and focus on a few abominations and atrocities from the book.

Baez regurgitates a tale allegedly told by KC, about the 'abuse' she allegedly endured from her father. The disgusting details include KC's nickname for her father's anatomy as 'baldy' and a vile analogy of petting a mouse till the mouse sneezed milk. Baez surely realizes that this lurid tale and storyline were lifted from the TV comedy South Park. If not, he is at least guilty of not doing his research.

With childish glee, Baez recounts how the 'team' came up with the nickname "rat hands" for Mr. Ashton. Given the above "sneezing mouse" analogy, how could this be funny to any professional attorney who in fact believed his client's far-fetched story of the childhood abuse? DISGUSTING at best.

Another example that Baez's credibility is nonexistent: He claims he had a good flow of income prior to this case.
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