Macon Judicial District Attorney David Cooke, backed by assistant DA Nancy Scott Malcor, speaks during a press conference Thursday held to announce the dropping of the pursuit of the death penalty by his office in the prosecution of Stephen McDaniel in the murder of Lauren Giddings.
Macon Judicial District Attorney David Cooke, backed by assistant DA Nancy Scott Malcor, speaks during a press conference Thursday held to announce the dropping of the pursuit of the death penalty by his office in the prosecution of Stephen McDaniel in the murder of Lauren Giddings. gblankenship@macon.com
Macon Judicial District Attorney David Cooke, backed by assistant DA Nancy Scott Malcor, speaks during a press conference Thursday held to announce the dropping of the pursuit of the death penalty by his office in the prosecution of Stephen McDaniel in the murder of Lauren Giddings. gblankenship@macon.com

Giddings family agrees to drop death penalty

February 21, 2013 10:30 AM