We’ve covered the case of the West Memphis Three here on the blog in a series of posts going back over the years and in the past month, we’ve had several posts urging people to see the documentary based upon this Death Row case out of Arkansas, "West of Memphis."  No need to go

Terry Lenamon is currently in trial defending another high profile defendant, Joshua Fulgham, who is accused of killing his wife Heather Strong (read the Wikipedia article on her murder here).  The trial is taking place in Marion County, Florida.

For blog readers who follow Terry’s trial work, here are some links to the day’s

Written by Terence Lenamon and Reba Kennedy, this short ebook (30,000 word count) is offered to anyone interested in the American criminal justice system, particularly in the areas of capital punishment and the right to counsel provided the poor under federal constitutional mandate as well as various state statutes. It is provided as an

Admist the Orlando Sentinel’s column covering television – with the series finales of The Closer and the continued success of NCIS, TV Guy Hal Boedeker took the time to talk with Terry Lenamon about one chapter of his new book (see it there in the left sidebar).

Interestingly, Hal Boedeker was focused on one chapter of

 

Heinous, atrocious and cruel – these words describe the crimes that Terence ("Terry") Lenamon defends on a daily basis as one of Florida’s select group of death-qualified attorneys.

Terry achieved national recognition as a death-qualified defense trial lawyer with his representation of some of Florida’s most well-known and most reviled defendants. His cases