Judge Belvin Perry, presiding over the Casey Anthony case set to begin May 9th, denied objections from media outlets that are upset about his plan to limit news about where jury members will be selected for the murder trial. Judge Perry said he is doing this in the interest of providing Anthony with a fair trial. Perry said the coverage in this case has “never been seen in the history of this state” and maybe dwarfs coverage of the O.J. Simpson case. Several media outlets filed a motion Thursday asking the court to reconsider a confidentiality agreement related to jury selection in the case. Casey Anthony was in court for the hearing. As we all know by now, Anthony, 25, is accused of killing her 2-year-old daughter Caylee Marie Anthony in the summer of 2008. I covered many cases over the years and covering jury selection is like watching paint dry. And it doesn’t rate for the networks. Particularly in this case, I feel for the jury. They have a right to privacy. But I predict every aspect, every tidbit that the media can dig up about the jury members lives will be swallowed up by the press and trial followers. Stay tuned.