On this past Friday, a judge in Florida made the ruling that Casey Anthony will serve one year of supervised probation. Anthony was convicted of felony check-fraud as a result of her stealing her friend Amy Huizenga‘s checkbook and spending five checks which totaled almost $650. A probation order being set states that Anthony has no personal contact with Huizenga. Anthony is ordered to serve one year of supervised probation upon her release. Anthony already served a probation sentence while in jail during her murder trial. Anthony’s defense team is responding by saying it would be double jeopardy (a clause of the 5th amendment of the US Constitution) for Anthony to serve another probation sentence. According to the probation order, Anthony is not allowed to leave her county of residence (Orange County) without approval from her probation officer. She is ordered to report to an Orlando state Department of Corrections facility by no later than noon on August 26. The judge whom sentenced Anthony’s probation has also ruled for the Department of Corrections to keep Anthony’s address private to protect her as the judge noted there is a high probability there are a lot of people whom would like to physically harm Anthony. Based on the terms of Anthony’s probation sentence she has to check in the probation office once a month and answer their questions while also undergoing regular breath, urine, and blood tests to assess the alcohol and controlled substance content in her body. Anthony is limited to not drink alcohol in an excess that would impair her normal faculties.