ORLANDO, Fla. -- An Orlando newspaper is asking a Florida judge to make public sealed documents from the Casey Anthony trial, including a list of how her defense attorneys spent $200,000 before she was declared indigent and had to rely on taxpayers to foot her legal bills.
The Orlando Sentinel filed a motion Tuesday to release all sealed documents in the case, except the for the jurors' list.
Anthony left prison last month after a jury acquitted her of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.
Anthony has disappeared from public view, but she may have to return to Orlando this week after a judge corrected a probation order from an unrelated case.
The judge says Anthony must serve a year of probation from check fraud charges now that she is out of jail.