Casey Anthony has been found NOT GUILTY of murder, manslaughter and child abuse charges.  She has been found GUILTY on multiple counts of lying to law enforcement.

FOX News Radio's Jessica Stone reports from Orlando...

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After the verdict was read, lead Defense Attorney Jose Baez addressed the media inside the courthouse.

Hear Baez's reaction to the verdict HERE:

On the other side, Florida State Attorney Lawson Lamar spoke of the disappointment his team felt in the verdict.

Hear Lamar's reaction HERE:

Outside the courthouse, those who have been following the trial shared their reactions.

For many, the verdict leaves more questions than answers...

So what was the downfall in the Prosecution's case?

FOX News Legal Analyst Lis Wiehl says physical evidence may have played a big role in the jury's deliberations...

The 12 jurors have declined to talk to the media and explain the verdict.

But Russel Huekler, Alternate Juror #14, spoke with FOX News after the verdict...

Judge Belvin Perry will not release the names of the jurors.

Mark Lippman, the attorney for George and Cindy Anthony, released this statement after the verdict:

While the family may never know what has happened to Caylee Marie Anthony, they now have closure for this chapter of their life.  They will now begin the long process of rebuilding their lives.

Despite the baseless defense chosen by Casey Anthony, the family believes that the Jury made a fair decision based on the evidence presented, the testimony presented, the scientific information presented and the rules that were given to them by the Honorable Judge Perry to guide them.

The family hopes that they will be given the time by the media to reflect on this verdict and decide the best way to move forward privately.

The family also wanted the public to know that if anyone wanted to honor Caylee by leaving stuffed animals or other toys at any area near their home, that they would prefer those items be donated in Caylee' s name to families in need, religious centers, or any other entity where the toys would be appreciated.

Casey Anthony will be sentenced on the lying to law enforcement charges on Thursday.  She faces up to one year in prison for each of the four counts, though she's already served more than two years leading up to the trial.