Stephen McDaniel is led from a courtroom in the Bibb County Courthouse after an appearance in December 2011. McDaniel’s lawyers filed motions Friday asking a judge to throw out potential evidence seized during searches in a roughly 20-hour span after Lauren Giddings' torso was found. They argued the warrants were issued based on information gleaned through previous “illegal warrantless searches.”
Stephen McDaniel is led from a courtroom in the Bibb County Courthouse after an appearance in December 2011. McDaniel’s lawyers filed motions Friday asking a judge to throw out potential evidence seized during searches in a roughly 20-hour span after Lauren Giddings' torso was found. They argued the warrants were issued based on information gleaned through previous “illegal warrantless searches.” gblankenship@macon.com
Stephen McDaniel is led from a courtroom in the Bibb County Courthouse after an appearance in December 2011. McDaniel’s lawyers filed motions Friday asking a judge to throw out potential evidence seized during searches in a roughly 20-hour span after Lauren Giddings' torso was found. They argued the warrants were issued based on information gleaned through previous “illegal warrantless searches.” gblankenship@macon.com

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