Casey Anthony will return to court.  This time, she must serve one year's probation for a check-fraud conviction.

On Friday, a Florida judge ruled that Anthony has to report no later than noon Aug. 26 for a supervised probation.

She was convicted in January 2010 of felony check fraud charges after she admitted stealing a checkbook from her friend Amy Huizenga and writing five checks totaling $644.25.

Orange County Chief Judge Belvin Perry Jr. also ruled that the Florida Department of Corrections is authorized to keep her address confidential for her safety.

"We have just received the order and are in the process of reviewing it," said Jo Ellyn Rackleff, spokeswoman for the department. "We will then determine what is the best way to implement it. Miss Anthony has not received permission to move to another state."

Anthony's defense attorney, Lisabeth Fryer, argued that she served the probation while in jail waiting for her trial on the murder charge, which resulted in her acquittal. But prosecutors and a judge disagreed, and Anthony must serve her probation separately.

Anthony was cleared last month of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, but she remains in the public eye at the top of the "most hated people in America" list.

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