The panel came under attack for acquitting her of murder in her daughter's death

By Mike Fleeman and Steve Helling
Updated October 25, 2011 02:15 PM
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The heat may have been turned up on the jurors who found Casey Anthony not guilty of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee.

The names of all 12 jurors – and the five alternates – were released Tuesday, which marked the end of a cooling-off period imposed by the court in the hopes of protecting the panelists’ safety.

For PEOPLE’s description of the 12 main jurors (but not their names), click here.

While often refusing to be identified by name, some jurors have already spoken out on the case, admitting they have been living a nightmare since the verdict – some shunned by friends and family while constantly worried that angry people would find them.

Jurors have also said they considered Anthony, 25, a terrible person but that the prosecution failed to prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt.

Anthony currently is serving a year’s probation at an undisclosed Florida location for an unrelated check fraud case.

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