ORLANDO, Fla. -- Casey Anthony is out of jail, but her whereabouts for her first week of freedom are a closely guarded secret.
Only a few people know where Anthony will try to begin a new life after being acquitted of killing her daughter.
Her lawyer says her allies are exploring a number of options for her future.
Those options could be limited, though, by lawsuits pending against her, the scorn of multitudes who think she was guilty of the killing and a criminal record from her convictions for lying to police. She walked out of jail early yesterday.
Her attorney Jose Baez told Fox News Channel late Sunday that her lawyers are "certainly exploring all possibilities right now" when he was asked about whether she would enter a residential therapy program. He'd previously said that he hoped she could get counseling and treatment. Baez said he was foremost concerned about Anthony's safety. He struck out at media commentators who have been condemning Anthony as guilty despite the jury's verdict.
First Coast News/ Associated Press