Lee Anthony, Casey Anthony's brother, takes the witness stand during Casey's murder trial.
Orlando, Florida - The Casey Anthony trial resumed this morning with the young mother's best friend, Amy Huizenga, taking the witness stand again for testimony.
She seemed a bit nervous, but nonetheless, held her own against defense attorney Jose Baez.
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Huizenga talked about her short relationship with the defendant, as Mr. Baez tried to tear away at her credibility. The two were friends from February to July 2008. They communicated mainly via text messages and phone calls.
"I think that's a good picture of the relationship," Huizenga said.
When asked how they could be such good friends in a short period of time, Huizenga answered, "Time doesn't matter when you're close."
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Amy Huizenga was also questioned by Jose Baez about an accident that she had in 2008 when she was driving home late at night.
"You were drinking and driving, correct?" she was asked.
"No, I had a few drinks. Then a few hours later, I drove home. It was a long stretch of road, and I nodded off," Amy Huizenga answered. "I've nodded off on that road during the daytime."
"Did you receive a head injury? Did you have to see a doctor?"
"No," she said.
"So you don't know what result this had?" Baez pressed.
"No, it was just a bloody nose," she answered.
Then, Lee Anthony took the stand to testify about his sister, Casey, and that fateful day that he was called to the family home in July 2008.
He testified that his mother and sister were "combative" as they talked about where Caylee was.
When Casey wouldn't tell anyone where Caylee was, Lee said the reason she wouldn't let them to get the child is because "this is what she's used to, and I don't want to break her routine."
Casey told them that Caylee was with the nanny, and Caylee's "routine" would be interrupted if she was woken up and brought home.
Lee said that they should "break routine" to go get the child.
"I would go get her, my roommate would go get her, any of us would," Lee said on the stand.
He also testified about a "potent" smell coming from Casey's Pontiac Sunfire that was in the family garage at their home.
Lee said he walked into the home that night and entered through the garage.
When he walked in, he could smell the car and called the odor, "very strong."
Prosecutors are trying to build a timeline as to the night when Lee came over to the Anthony's home at his mother's request.
Cindy Anthony had called 911 that day three times to request law enforcement presence at their home, saying that Casey would not tell them where Caylee was.
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It had been 31 days, Cindy testified on Tuesday, since she saw the child.
Casey's mother was so frustrated that she finally called the Orlando Police, then the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
That's when Lee came to the home to talk with Casey who was "in her bedroom," according to Lee.
Lee said that he reached out to his sister several times prior, at the request of his mother.
After his mother created a MySpace page, Lee was able to track down Casey and ask to meet up with her.
Lee said that Casey hung up on him several times after they talked about Caylee's whereabouts.
"Casey told me that everything was OK, and that she would talk to mom," Lee testified.
That night when he was at the house, Lee said his sister told him while she was in her bedroom, Cindy threw it in her face that Casey was an "unfit mother."
"Are you getting frustrated with your sister [that night]?" prosecutors asked.
"Yes, very. Why can't we get Caylee and bring her home so we can stop fighting," Lee testified.