Fight among spectators at Casey Anthony Trial
Punches were thrown early Friday morning as people scrambled to get in line for highly-coveted tickets to watch the Casey Anthony murder trial in the courtroom.
According to CBS affiliate WKMG-TV in Orlando, Fla., police were called to the courthouse around 5:45 a.m.
Apparently, two men cut the line, and when approached by others standing in line, a fight broke out.
No arrests had been made at last word, though two men were questioned by police.
There have been crowd stampedes for the court seats on other days, because only 50 spots are open to the public.
Friday is day 21 of the trial, and the second day of the defense presenting its case.
Anthony, 25, is accused of first-degree murder in the death of her young daughter, Caylee.
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