2008 Television Appearances

Is Casey Anthony being Properly Defended?

December 26, 2008 - FOX 35 News
Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by FOX 35 reporter Shannon Butler to explain the law regarding the unanswered questions about how Casey Anthony is paying for her defense or any deals her criminal defense attorney may have made.

Are Law Enforcement Errors Helping Anthony Defense?

December 24, 2008 - FOX 35 News
Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by FOX 35 reporter Shannon Butler to give his opinion on whether law enforcement having overlooked the meter reader phone calls to 911 and Crimeline will affect the prosecutions case against Casey Anthony.

Where Casey Anthony Case is Headed

December 19, 2008 - FOX 35 News
Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby is asked by FOX 35 reporter Melissa Dipani to give his opinion on how law enforcement having failed to follow up on a meter reader's Roy Kronk's calls to 911 and Crimeline will affect the Casey Anthony case.

Could State Reconsider Death Penalty in Casey Anthony Case?

December 19, 2008, 6PM - FOX 35 News
Orlando Criminal lawyer Richard Hornsby opined live on FOX 35 News that the State of Florida would likely not reconsider seeking the Death Penalty in the Casey Anthony case just because Caylee Anthony's body was found?

Impact of Meter Reader in Casey Anthony Case

December 18, 2008 - FOX 35 News
Orlando Criminal lawyer Richard Hornsby appeared live on by FOX 35 News and was asked by Anchor Cale Rainmaker to comment on the impact of law enforcement having ignored meter reader Roy Kronk's calls to 911 and crimeline.

Could State reconsider Death Penalty in Casey Anthony Case?

December 12, 2008 - FOX 35 News
Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby appeared live on FOX 35 News in Orlando and was asked by Anchor Heidi Hatch whether the State of Florida could reconsider the seeking Death Penalty in the Casey Anthony case?

Casey Anthony Court Battle

December 10, 2008 - Central Florida News 13
Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was asked by Central Florida News 13 Reporter Melissa Crabtree to give his analysis on the likely defense tactics that Casey Anthony's defense team will pursue.

Casey Anthony Case would be complicated and Expensive

October 16, 2008 - ABC, WFTV 9 News
Orlando Criminal Defense Attorney Richard Hornsby was asked to give his opinion on how complicated the Casey Anthony case will be and how much it would cost.

Casey Anthony Analysis: "Cutting Edge Evidence"

October 15, 2008 - Central Florida News 13
Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was asked by Central Florida News 13 Reporter Kelli Cook to weigh in on the Orlando Grand Jury's Indictment of Casey Anthony and the impact the "cutting edge" evidence would have in an actual trial.

Murder Case to Create Challenges for Anthony's Attorney

October 15, 2008 - ABC, WFTV 9 News
Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was asked by ABC-WFTV Reporter Steve Barrett to discuss the likely cost of retaining the necessary experts to defend Casey Anthony.

How can Prosecutors get Indictment without a Body?

October 8, 2008 - FOX 35 News
Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was asked by FOX 35 Reporter Melissa DiPane whether Casey Anthony could be charged with the death of her daughter; even if no body was found.

High-Profile Attorney Contacted in Anthony Case

September 3, 2008 - ABC, WFTV 9 News
Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was asked by Reporter Mary Nguyen to discuss the impact fellow criminal lawyer Mark Nejame might have on the Casey Anthony case and whether Casey Anthony's attorney might be in over his head.

Revoking Casey Anthony's Bond

August 28, 2008 - Central Florida News 13
Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was featured as a guest analyst on Central Florida News 13 and asked by Anchor Ybeth Bruzual to explain the ability of Bondsman Leonard Padilla to revoke Casey Anthony's bond.

How do Charges against Casey Anthony Work?

August 14, 2008 - Central Florida News 13
Orlando Criminal Lawyer Richard Hornsby was asked by FOX 35 Reporter Shannon Butler of Orlando, Florida, to discuss a procedural rule that might allow Casey Anthony to avoid manslaughter or murder charges.