This week, Terence Lenamon remains in trial in the unique role of "stand by counsel" to defendant Michel Escoto, who represents himself in his murder trial this week.
The prosecution rested its case last week (read about that here).
Escoto now presents his defense case, with a DNA expert taking the stand for most of yesterday.
Stand-by counsel isn’t the norm in a criminal case, but Mr. Escoto has chosen to exercise his right to represent himself in this trial and Terry Lenamon sits at the defense table without acting as trial attorney in this case.
This case is getting more and more media coverage including national news coverage and you may recognize it as the "Newlywed Murder Case."
You can see Terry Lenamon sitting as stand-by counsel in the Escoto trial in this video coverage of the case, on the day where Escoto was held in contempt of court, here.