Jeff Ashton, Casey Anthony’s prosecutor, to cash in with book about the case

Casey Anthony holds hands with her defense attorneys, Jose Baez, left, and Dorothy Clay Sims, as they listen to the verdict, not guilty on murder charges

One of the chief prosecutors in the trial of Casey Anthony has written a book about the murder trial, which is due to hit book shelves in November.

Jeff Ashton, a veteran assistant state attorney has confirmed to the Orlando Sentinel that he has written a book entitled "Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony," on the court case.

Last Saturday listings appeared on Amazon and Barnes and Noble’s website offering pre-orders on the book.
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“I wasn't aware that it was going to go online today," Ashton told the newspaper, but declined to comment further.

The 256-page hard cover will be made available in late November by William Morrow publishers.

Casey Anthony was acquitted of the murder of her two-year-old daughter Caylee on July 5 last.

During the closing argument, Ashton gave an impassioned statement that Anthony had killed her daughter Caylee because the toddler interfered with her social life and love life.

Ashton, an assistant state attorney with the Orange-Osceola State Attorney's Office for thirty years, retired in the days following the verdict.