Shawn Chaisson is originally from Albany, N.Y. - he moved to Orlando when Caylee first went missing in 2008 and went out searching for her four times. He has a photo album with pictures of him and reporters who have covered the case and shots of the key players. He works part-time. On Wednesday, he was planning to get his name on the list to get into the trial and then work at a concert in Miami. He was planning on being back in line at 4 a.m. Thursday. He had been inside for the trial 12 times already.
Dee Howell came to the trial all the way from from Birmingham, England. She's watched the case on TV there, so she moved up her vacation - her daughter lives in Orlando - to try and be in court. She was at the courthouse Wednesday with her daughter and granddaughter and believes Casey Anthony is guilty.
Jeff Ovaginian drove to Orlando from Cranston, R.I. just for the trial. He was fascinated watching trial on TV, but felt he was missing something during commercials. He's been in court once, and was back on line Wednesday. He works in maintenance, but is on disability for a hand injury
Carrie Conforti is a social worker from Louisville. She came to attend the trial, but her mother does live in Orlando. Wednesday was her first day trying to get in. She's been watching the trial from the beginning on Headline News and called it great reality television.
Housewife Sherri Adgie came all the way from Atlanta and has been inside six times. She plans on staying in Orlando till the verdict comes in. She was at the courthouse on June 17 when a fight broke out among would-be spectators - she says you can see her in he footage trying to break it up.
Twenty-three-year-old teacher Alyssa Cruz flew to Orlando from Edinburg, Texas just for the trial, because she wanted to see it in person.