ORLANDO, Fla. -- She may have been acquitted of murder in the death of her daughter, but Casey Anthony still has lots of people asking questions.
Even though a verdict has been reached, local and national media outlets, like most of America, have countless questions about the Casey Anthony case.
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On Tuesday afternoon, seven investigators with the Orange County Sheriff's Office will be fielding questions from the media.
During the 90-minute session, which starts at 1:30 p.m., investigators will not answer questions about answers they provided on the witness stand, "but are open to other inquiries," according to a statement that was released to the media.
The following individuals will speak to the media: Sgt. John Allen, Cpl. Yuri Melich and Cpl. Erthree Edwards of the criminal investigations division; forensics supervisor Ron Murdock; crime scene investigator Gerardo Bloise; Deputy Sgt. Jason Forgey of the K-9 unit and Deputy Sgt. Sandra Osborne of the computer crimes division.
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The briefing will take place at the Mel Martinez Auditorium in Orlando. Only 12 news cameras are allowed inside.