The attorney representing the parents of Casey Anthony said he will fight to put a halt to people trying to profit from the murder case centered on the death of his clients' granddaughter.
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T-shirts, pins, underwear and other items invoking the names of Casey and Caylee Anthony are being sold on the Internet, including eBay. Many of the items say, "Justice for Caylee," and others poke fun at Casey Anthony.
Attorney Mark Lippman, who represents George and Cindy Anthony, said he's planning on sending letters to the website owners, telling them to pull the items off their sites. Lippman said he also plans on suing anyone who tries to sell merchandise outside the Orange County Courthouse, adding that he's drafted paperwork for the possible lawsuits.
Lippman said the lawsuits would be issued on grounds of appropriation, specifically using the family's name to make money.
Jury selection in the Casey Anthony murder case continues Tuesday in Clearwater. Once the jury is seated, the jurors will be sequestered in Orlando for the six- to eight-week trial.
Anthony, 25, has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges in the death of Caylee, whose remains were found in December 2008. Caylee was 2 years old when she was reported missing months earlier.
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