A look at the 12 Pinellas County residents who served as
Casey Anthony’s jury
Here is information about the 12 jurors in the Casey Anthony case.
Juror No. 1: Woman in her late 60s; retired, has a graduate degree. Believes in the concept “innocent until proven guilty.”
Juror No. 2: Black male in his mid-30s; he’s an information technology technician. He has a 4-year-old girl and a 9-year-old boy. He is not really for the death penalty. “God is the one that makes the final judgment.”
Juror No. 3: 32-year-old white female with no children; nursing student. She is the only juror who claims to have never heard of this case.
Juror No. 4: Middle-aged black female who heard about the case when it first happened. She survived a peremptory challenge by prosecutors who wanted her off the panel.
Juror No. 5: White female in her 50s; retired nurse. She had heard about the case but had not formed any opinions about guilt or innocence during jury selection.
Juror No. 6: 33-year-old white male who is married and has two children; has been a chef for 15 years.
Juror No. 7: Divorced 41-year-old white female; no kids.
Juror No. 8: Married white woman in her 50s; service representative.
Juror No. 9: 53-year-old single male; “semiretired” and cares for someone who had a stroke.
Juror No. 10: 57-year-old single white male; works as a billing representative for Verizon.
Juror No. 11: White male in his early 30s; teaches physical education and health.
Juror No. 12: White female in mid-30s; married for 15 years and has two children from a prior marriage.