Updated:ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. —
The State of Florida is responding to an appeal from Casey Anthony to get her convictions for lying to law enforcement thrown out.
Anthony hasn't been seen in public since last year when a jury found her not guilty of murdering her daughter.
However, the jury did convict Anthony of lying about what happened. But Anthony said she shouldn't have even been charged with lying, in part because she was never advised of her rights at the time.
But the state claims investigators didn't have to because she had not yet been arrested.
State responds to Casey Anthony's appeal
Woman accused of stealing from housing authority to pay for car, breast implants
California toddler dies after dental procedure
Baton Rouge shooter Gavin Long claimed he had PTSD, report says
Puppy that once tested positive for heroin, meth now has a forever home