Updated:ORLANDO, Fla.,None —
More than 200 people showed up in Orlando to hear the inside scoop on Casey Anthony’s murder trial from the man who tried to convince a jury she was guilty.
Jeff Ashton signed copies of his new book at the downtown Orlando library Monday night.
Ashton described the legal strategy prosecutors used in the case, saying they alternated witnesses so the jury would not be bored with scientific facts.
People told WFTV that hearing those behind the scenes details was fascinating.
“The questions that couldn't be answered before hand, now they can be in depth given a reason why or reason why not,” said Kelvin Davis
Ashton's book, Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony, went on sale last week.
It costs $27.