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The team of lawyers representing Stephen McDaniel-- the man accused of killing and dismembering Mercer Law graduate Lauren Giddings-- are challenging the District Attorney's intent to seek the death penalty.
Some of the facts of the case were shared in a series of 31 motions filed by the defense team of Stephen McDaniel, Giddings' neighbor and accused killer.
Two separate ceremonies celebrated the life of Lauren Giddings.
She was killed last summer weeks after she graduated from law school.
Lauren's friends asked Macon City Council to place a memorial bench there in her honor and Tuesday night that was approved.
Watch the interview with Lauren Giddings' sister Kaitlyn Wheeler.
Morehouse, classmate and friend of Giddings, says remembering all of the games, weddings, and other times they shared makes her laugh, even though Giddings isn't around.
The Mercer Law School graduate was last seen alive one year ago today.
A Bibb County judge denied murder suspect Stephen McDaniel's request for lower bond on June 19, 2012.
Photos by Suzanne Lawler/13WMAZ.
McDaniel will remain in the Bibb County jail on $850,000 bond, charged with the murder of Lauren Giddings.
Family members say they're pleased the judge did not change the McDaniel's bond amount, but the hearing fell on a bittersweet day.
McDaniel's lawyer's said the $850,000 bond set last month was too high and his parents can't afford it.
The man accused of killing Lauren Giddings was in court seeking release on bond.
Family members of slain Mercer law grad Lauren Giddings say they want to celebrate her life on what would've been her 28th birthday Wednesday.
Lawyers for murder suspect Stephen McDaniel filed a motion today asking a judge to reduce his "excessive" $850,000 bond.
Part of the evidence District Attorney Greg Winters presented in Stephen McDaniel's bond hearing was a graphic post from a online discussion forum called OPERATORchan.
A Bibb County judge approved $850,000 bond for murder suspect Stephen McDaniel, but raised concerns about whether he could be monitored safely.
The defense and the prosecution agreed Stephen McDaniel was entitled to bond on murder charges but differed on the amount.
Some members of Lauren Giddings' family came out for Stephen McDaniel's hearing Tuesday.
Chief Burns said Tuesday, "he's charged with death penalty murder; he's got child porn; he's got burglary charges. I hope the judge does not let him out."
Special judge rules Judge Phil Brown acted properly in assigning himself to death penalty case.
They argued that District Attorney Greg Winters failed to take McDaniel's case to a grand jury within 90 days after his arrest on murder charges.
The hearing for Stephen McDaniel, the Mercer law grad accused of killing his classmate Lauren Giddings, lasted about 40 minutes.
Stephen McDaniel's lawyer told a judge that he plans to challenge the grand-jury composition in the death-penalty case against his client, the Mercer law grad accused of killing his classmate Lauren Giddings.
It's been six months since Macon Police found the Mercer Law Graduate's body outside her downtown Macon apartment.
Superior Court Chief Judge Martha Christian presided at a hearing that started and ended within minutes.
Floyd Buford said, "I just don't think this case merits a death penalty."
Greg Winters says he's filed a motion seeking the death penalty on the grounds that Giddings killing was "outrageously or wantonly vile, horrible or inhuman."
DA Greg Winters won't comment on reports that Lauren Giddings' panties found in Stephen McDaniel's apartment.
A Bibb County grand jury today indicted Stephen McDaniel for the murder of Lauren Giddings. INSIDE: Read the indictments.