Terence Lenamon

100 N. Biscayne Blvd. Suite 3070
Miami, FL 33132, United States

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Growing Fight in Texas Against Pentobarbital in Executions: Cleve Foster Stay, ACLU Report

As usual, Texas is in the spotlight regarding capital punishment, as a big victory was had at the United States Supreme Court this week in stopping the execution of Cleve Foster, who was scheduled to make history as the first…more
| Civil Rights, Criminal Law

Terry Lenamon Interview Re Miami’s Nubia Barahona Murder Case

This week, Terry Lenamon was interviewed by Ana M. Valdes of the Palm Beach Post for his expert opinion as a death-qualified criminal defense attorney regarding the Jorge and Carmen Barahona murder trial, now that the…more
| Criminal Law

Troy Davis Turned Down by US Supreme Court

Troy Davis sits on Georgia’s Death Row today with less and less hope to escape execution. This week, the United States Supreme Court declined Troy Davis’ request to review the determination by federal trial judge William T…more
| Criminal Law

Mental Illness and the Death Penalty: List of Studies on How The Mentally Ill Should Not Face Capital Punishment

The reality that individuals suffering from severe mental illness set on Death Rows all across the country today should not even be the subject for debate - the reality is too obvious. Whether they were mentally ill at the time…more
| Criminal Law

Death Penalty Lethal Injection Crisis Continues: New Problems for Georgia

Georgia has halted its execution schedule now that the federal government has swooped in and taken its stash of sodium thiopental. Seems that the Drug Enforcment Administration (DEA) believes that the State of Georgia violated…more
| Administrative Law, Criminal Law

Use of DSM in the Law: the Doctors Need to Recognize this Reality in DSM-V

Mental health professionals and those dealing with mental health issues are well aware of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). It is used everyday in the law, as well, and you can find a copy on most…more
| Civil Rights, Criminal Law

Don’t Let News of Illinois Abolishing Death Penalty Overshadow News of Ohio Using New Single Drug Execution Method

Today, there is an understandably large amount of news coverage aboutthe state of Illinois abolishing the death penalty - with the Illinois governor waiting until the eleventh hour to make his decision on whether he would stand…more
| Civil Rights, Criminal Law

Hank Skinner Victory: US Supreme Court Rules Civil Rights Law Can Be Used in Death Row DNA Testing

Move over, habeas corpus. The United States Supreme Court has ruled (read the full opinion here) that Texas Death Row inmate Hank Skinner can indeed pursue a civil lawsuit brought under federal civil rights law as he tries to…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

Reverend Carroll Pickett - Retired Texas Death House Chaplain Fights the Death Penalty

The Reverend Carroll Pickett served as the death house chaplain for the State of Texas for many years, and he holds the international record for witnessing the most government executions (95). Today, Reverend Pickett tours…more
| Criminal Law

Mental Illness and the Death Penalty - 1

Last month, two death row inmates had their sentences changed to life without parole after authorities confirmed each suffers from severe mental illness. In Oregon, Robert James Acremant had his sentence changed after state…more
| Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

Illinois Prosecutors Give Media Their Reasons to Keep Death Penalty - Will Govenor Quinn Be Swayed?

The pressure is building over in Illinois .... Governor Pat Quinn still has not made his decision on whether or not Illinois will abolish the death penalty. Not that he isn’t busy enough with massive blizzards, and a budget…more
| Criminal Law, Elections & Politics

Tennessee Is Considering Using Pentobarbital in its Executions, the Drug Used to Put Down Pets

Seems Tennessee can’t find a supplier for its lethal injection executions using a three drug cocktail that includes sodium thiopental (guess they haven’t called Besse Medical), so pentobarbital is apparently being considered as…more
| Criminal Law

Iran Death Penalty Making WorldWide News Today: Let’s Appreciate Our System of Justice, Imperfect Though It May Be

There is an amazing amount of news coverage focusing upon capital punishment today - and it’s focus is Iran. Right now, lawmakers in Iran - their legal representatives -- are actually demanding that their political opposition…more
| Criminal Law

U.S. Execution Schedule in 2011 and Tracking Stays on the Death Row Calendar

Scheduling executions for various states in this country continues to be in flux, primarily due to this continuing problem of having Hospira exit the marketplace as the supplier of sodium thiopental, a necessary component to the…more
| Civil Rights, Criminal Law

Florida Capital Resource Center’s First Amicus Brief - Victory Allows Mitigation Specialist in Death Penalty Case

As the Florida Capital Resource Center grows, stories like this will become more commonplace - but today, it’s a major victory we’re celebrating since the First District Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of allowing additional…more
| Criminal Law
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