Casey Anthony's trial drew to a close, Tuesday, with the sequestered jury of seven women and five men returning a not guilty verdict in favor of Casey.

Casey was found not guilty of murdering Caylee on either count of first degree murder or aggravated manslaughter. They did, however, find Anthony guilty on four counts of providing false information to law enforcement, which are misdemeanors.

The popular opinion was that Casey would be held guilty of Caylee's death but the jury wasn't convinced by the circumstantial evidence produced by the prosecutors who were under pressure to prove Casey's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

The not guilty verdict means Casey will be freed within weeks if not days and she will be reunited with her family and will be able to carry on with her life.

However, one wonders whether in this case justice was delivered or denied. Also there are a few questions that remain unanswered.

Start the slideshow to find out whether we'll ever be able to answer these questions.

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