D.A. must decide on death penalty for Cooper

November 14, 2008 11:44:11 AM PST
The Wake County district attorney must decide whether to pursue the death penalty in the Nancy Cooper murder case.

A hearing is set for December 5. At that time, the D.A. will announce whether he will seek the death penalty for Brad Cooper.

Cooper is charged with the death of his wife, Nancy Cooper.

If the D.A. decides not to seek the death penalty, a judge can consider setting a bond for Brad Cooper. Cooper is currently being held without bond.

Eyewitness News also learned from court documents that Brad is $240,000 in debt. He said he owes $25,000 in debt.

Also, a motion for Cooper to have a picture taken for his passport was filed and granted on November 7. The document stated without a legal work visa, his immigration status would be in jeopardy.


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