Casey Anthony has been sentenced 4 years in prison, lying to investigators.
Each of the four misdemeanor counts Casey was convicted of carries a maximum of one year in jail, said Reuters before the sentencing. It means that the maximum sentence was imposed on Anthony.
Having served nearly three years in prison, Anthony will get credit for the term and could be freed late July or early August.
On July 5th, Casey Anthony murder trial came to a surprising conclusion. 12 jurors delivered the verdict, finding Casey Anthony not guilty of all counts except for providing false information to law enforcement officers. Anthony had been charged for murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008 summer, and could have faced death sentence if convicted.
Verdicts in Casey Anthony Case:
First-Degree Murder: Not Guilty
Aggravated Child Abuse: Not Guilty
Aggravated Manslaughter of a Child: Not Guilty
Providing False Information to a Law Enforcement Officer Counts 4-7: Guilty
Casey Anthony was found not guilty for murdering her daughter, Caylee Anthony. The verdict given on Tuesday left the spectators and media with many unanswered questions.