Wednesday, we told you about new developments in a Macon murder case the killing of legal secretary Gail Spencer.

District Attorney David Cooke says he'll ask for the death penalty for one of four suspects in the case, Spencer's former co-worker Tracy Jones.

If convicted, she could become just the second woman on Georgia's death row.

There are 91 people on death row in Georgia, and 13 of them are from Central Georgia.

On average, they've served 18 years. Seven of them have been in prison for more than 30 years.

Mercer law professor and legal expert David Oedel spoke to Frank Malloy about who gets the death penalty and why.

Watch the video in the player above for more.

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