The majority believes that Casey Anthony killed her two year-old daughter and got away with it. The case that the majority is correct seems overwhelming. This is so if, for no other reason, because Ms. Anthony probably set a world record for lying. Lying is hardly atypical of criminal defendants, but (1) to recall the obvious, the reason they lie is that they're evading the truth, i.e., that they're guilty as sin; and (2) if Ms. Anthony ever told the truth during the entire course of the investigation, I can't remember it.
He lawyer, one Jose Baez, helped the trial along to its disastrous conclusion by employing a typical defense tactic, to wit, bring up a whole bunch of irrelevant and incendiary things to get the jury to think about anything other than the client's behavior. The one I recall offhand is his having accused Ms. Anthony's father of childhood molestation, a charge for which he adduced not a whit of evidence.
As you might imagine, Mr. Baez charged a fat fee. Well, better luck next time.
This is not exactly justice, but it's as close as we're going to get.