The prosecution in the case was supposed to hand over the discs, which contain images of the little girl's body and X-rays, to the defense this week. But in a motion filed Tuesday, the State Attorney's Office asked to halt the delivery of the discs, citing concerns that the images will be reproduced and sold.
The state claims that because of the huge interest in the case, photos of Caylee have already commanded a large price tag. They're asking the judge to place special restrictions on the copying of the images, so they're not sold to the media when they hand them over. They're also asking a judge to place limits on just who Casey's attorneys can show the pictures to.
The hearing is scheduled for Thursday afternoon.In related news, the Florida Corrections Department has still not decided whether he will allow Casey Anthony to watch her daughter's funeral on television, although a spokesman for the Orange County, Fla. jail said Monday it was possible.