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State Attorney’s Office-$141,362.25
OCSD-to be determined
Equusearch-$112,000.00 (civil suit)
Zenaida Gonzales-$16,000.00(civil suit)
Leonard Padilla-$200,000.00(civil suit)
Check/Fraud court costs estimate-$5,000.00
Estimate of total-$636,007.25
ORLANDO, Fla. — Prosecutors filed a nearly 300-page report late Thursday detailing how much it cost them to prosecute Casey Anthony.
Their grand total of more than $141,000 includes everything from court reporters for depositions to consultation time with experts and detectives.
Hotel and travel expenses for out-of-state witnesses and court appearance fees are also included.
The state’s forensic entomologist, Dr. Neal Haskell, who testified about bugs found in the trunk of Anthony’s car, charged more than $32,000. The bug expert claimed this case had the most samples he’s ever had to analyze in 25 years.
The case’s costs are nearing a quarter million dollars.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation released their totals Wednesday, adding up to more than $71,000 and $10,000, respectively.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office has yet to release its final tally for the costs of the investigation.
A hearing is scheduled for Aug. 25 to determine what costs Anthony will have to pay back. She is not expected to be present.