ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- New information could cause the Florida Bar to take another look at Casey Anthony's attorney, Jose Baez.
Eyewitness News broke the story Monday that a former FBI agent has identified Baez's spokesperson as a convicted criminal named Gil Cabot. The spokesman, who calls himself Todd Black, has admitted that's not his real name.
Since the Florida Bar used a sworn statement from Black before dismissing a complaint against Baez, WFTV legal analyst Bill Sheaffer said, with the new information, the Bar could re-open its investigation.
"The person who signed the sworn affidavit is a convicted felon and it appears steps were taken to conceal that," Sheaffer said.
Sheaffer said it probably wouldn't have been an issue if Cabot had used his real name, because the Bar would have known about his past before making a decision....