A person accused of killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend and a police officer in Florida has written a letter to a choose in search of paperwork in his case, saying he’s “the grasp of my very own guise.”
Markeith Loyd, additionally identified for his courtroom disruptions, requested for transcripts of latest hearings in a hand-written letter, the Orlando Sentinel reported Thursday.
“Additionally I would really like a duplicate of each movement that [defense] legal professional Roger Weeden has filed in and on my case,” Loyd wrote, in accordance paperwork obtained by the Sentinel. “… I do not belief the system nor its attorneys so if any protection go [SIC]file issues in my title with out me understanding [GO]discover themselves jumped on.”
Loyd was arrested a 12 months in the past following the murders of Sade Dixon and Orlando police Lt. Debra Clayton, who was killed making an attempt to seize him.
The accused double-murderer has cursed at judges and refused to attend some courtroom hearings, together with one earlier this month. A choose threatened to tug Loyd from his cell to seem at a Dec. 5 listening to, in keeping with the Sentinel.
In a earlier listening to, Loyd yelled “f–k you” to a choose and mentioned police had been “making up s–t, like I simply went in there and shot this lady.”
Loyd’s trial for the homicide of Dixon is slated for September, and his trial for fatally taking pictures Officer Clayton shall be held in January of 2019, in keeping with the Sentinel.
The high-profile case prompted a authorized battle over the loss of life penalty between Florida Gov. Rick Scott and the state legal professional. Prosecutor Aramis Ayala was pulled from the Loyd case after asserting she wouldn’t pursue the loss of life penalty. Loyd will face the loss of life penalty if convicted.
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