Players in a Death Penalty Case

Over in Texas, the worst nightmare for any death penalty defense attorney is being played out in real life:  the allegations that a prosecutor committed serious misconduct during the capital trial, which resulted not only in the conviction of an innocent man, but his execution.

Cameron Todd Willingham was executed in 2004 for the arson

 Markieth Lloyd wants Terence Lenamon as his defense counsel – and only Terry Lenamon. 

Terence Lenamon is not discussing this issue with the media and he’s not issuing any kind of news release here. 

This post shares this current development with the blog’s readers and refers them to the following news stories for details:

With all the hoopla surrounding the Florida death penalty statute (see our prior posts), some may be wondering what capital defense lawyers in Florida are doing right now.  Well, there are those sentencing hearings, right? 

Lenamon is Defending a Murder Case in Miami

And there are still murder trials.  The prosecutors are still busy

It’s only on television that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is always honorable and crime lab evidence is beyond reproach. 

In reality, FBI agents and especially the FBI Crime Lab, and evidence coming out of that FBI lab, have been brought into question — and even more, discredited by experts. 

That’s right:  FBI evidence has