Terence Lenamon continued his capital defense of Markeith Loyd this week with motions dealing with the circumstances surrounding when shots were fired, and by who, in the WalMart encounter between defendant Markeith Loyd and police officer Debra Clayton, a lieutenant with the Orlando Police Department. Markeith Loyd is being tried for the killing of Officer
In 2012, the Supreme Court of the United States published its opinion in Miller v. Alabama, 132 S. Ct. 2455, 567 U.S. 460, 183 L. Ed. 2d 407 (2012). It is a landmark case dealing with juvenile offenders in the criminal justice system.
Miller: Rare Juvenile Offender Whose Crime Reflects Irreparable Corruption
This week, Terry continues to be in trial as defense counsel for Captain John Nettleton. News coverage of the trial (expected to conclude this week) includes the following:
- “Trial for retired Navy Captain John Nettleton is scheduled to begin with Jury Selection,” published by News4Jax on January 6, 2020 (includes video)
Today, Terry Lenamon is setting in a courtroom in the Jacksonville federal courthouse as one of the defense attorneys representing John Nettleton, who was once the Gitmo Naval Base commander and now sets accused of 10 felony counts involving lying to investigators and obstruction of justice. Captain Nettleton is retired from active military service.