Dallas County DA Reverses Plan to Seek Death Penalty Against Zoe Hastings' Alleged Killer

This breaking news story will be updated. The Dallas County District Attorney's office reversed its decision to seek the death penalty for a man accused in the murder of Zoe Hastings, saying the alleged killer has an intellectual disability. The capital murder case against 36-year-old Antonio Cochran was set for trial last month but was delayed until January. If convicted, Cochran would receive an automatic life sentence.   Continue reading...

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