DALLAS - The man charged with the murder of an 18-year-old Dallas woman hopes to have the death penalty taken off the table when he goes to trial.
Antonio Cochran is accused of kidnapping and killing Zoe Hastings two years ago. She was returning a video outside an east Dallas Walgreens store at the time.
Cochran faces trial in October for capital murder. His lawyer claims he is mentally disabled.
The state has also requested a psychiatric exam.