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 Terry’s many different stories of death penalty cases in his book: the Casey Anthony representation. (Terry covers many different instances where he represented people facing capital punishment; the Anthony case is just one section of this book.)
As those who follow this blog will recall, Terence Lenamon was the first death penalty qualified attorney who represented Casey Anthony after she was arrested and jailed. What happened there?