Casey Anthony did not appear at the appeals court hearing in Daytona Beach.
Attorneys for Anthony argued before the appeal panel that Casey was in police custody when she made those statements to Sheriff department detectives. If the court rules that she was in police custody, the statements she made could be inadmissible because she was not read her Miranda rights.
If the statements are not admissible, Casey could not be convicted of making those statements, they argued.
Anthony was found not guilty of murdering Caylee, but was convicted on the lesser charges of providing false information to law enforcement. She was previously convicted of check fraud.
She served one year of probation at an undisclosed location in Florida on the check charges. She has remained out of the public eye since her highly publicized trial.