Casey Anthony Trial
Kristen Dahlgren reports on day two of the Casey Anthony trial.
On day two, the prosecution started to build its case, painting Casey Anthony as a partier and not a mom who had just lost her daughter to drowning.
Roommates of the man who was Casey's boyfriend back in 2008 described her demeanor in the days after Caylee was last seen.
According to testimony, Casey moved in with the group and went to nightclubs with them.
When asked about the daughter that used to occasionally stop by:
"I asked her where Caylee was because I hadn't seen her in a while and she said she was with the nanny,” said Clint House, Anthony’s boyfriend’s roommate.
While the defense tried to keep out testimony about a shovel Casey borrowed from a neighbor that summer, the judge overruled.
There are still stacks of evidence, and dozens of witnesses to go through in a trial expected to last eight weeks.
The jury will have to decide if Casey Anthony was a victim of an incestuous father who made her lie about the toddler’s accidental death, or a mom who committed cold blooded murder.