Where ever Anthony is, her attorneys said life will not be easy.
"She's going to need a period of solitude, of prayer, of quiet reflection, of consultation with those she trusts. She's not only lost her child, she's lost the rest of her family," Charles Greene, Anthony's civil attorney, told CBS News.
"She is a virtual Hester Prynne of our society with a scarlet letter, a well-known face. So she is still in many ways confined."