Lee Anthony could get immunity.
CNN reports there's a chance Casey's brother Lee might get immunity. Lee's attorney Thomas Luca is reportedly concerned his client could possibly face obstruction charges or aiding and abetting charges and is trying to seek a subpoena for Lee -- which, in the state of Florida, grants you instant immunity.
"If he is given this immunity," defense attorney Hugo Rodriguez told CNN's Nancy Grace, "He has to take the stand in the murder trial. He cannot plead the Fifth. He has to get up there, tell his story, tell exactly what he knows. If Casey did give him inside information, he has to spill it all on the stand during that murder trial."
Lee, if subpoenaed would only be offered what's referred to as "use immunity" which means anything he says cannot be used against him in a subsequent prosecution. He could, however, still be tried with testimony from other witnesses. That's why it's rumored Lee's attorney will want what's called "blanket immunity" or total immunity.
Make no mistake, says Judge Jeanine Pirro, "Lee has information they need or they wouldn't want him to be subpoenaed in the first place."
In other Casey Anthony news, Roy Kronk is very appreciative to Mark NeJame, the Anthonys' former lawyer, for his generous gift of $5,000. Apparently, Mr. NeJame received $5,000 for his earlier involvement in the case and has decided that since Roy did find Caylee, the money should appropriately go to him.See Also: