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Markeith Loyd’s attorney accused of submitting ‘excessive’ legal bills

ORLANDO, Fla. – The attorney representing accused murderer Markeith Loyd has not been paid for his work on the case in nearly a year because a state agency objects to the lawyer’s “excessive” legal bills, records obtained by News 6 show.

In July 2018, a judge appointed attorney Terence Lenamon to defend Loyd in two separate death penalty cases involving the murders of Loyd’s pregnant ex-girlfriend, Sade Dixon, and Orlando police Lt.

Debra Clayton. The Justice Administrative Commission, or JAC, is responsible for processing financial invoices submitted to the state by private court-appointed attorneys who represent indigent criminal defendants.

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