A jury has recommended the death sentence for serial killing suspect Jeremy Bryan Jones.
Jones has been convicted on all four capital murder counts for the 2004 rape and shooting death of a Mobile County woman.
Forty-four year old Lisa Marie Nichols of Turnerville was found slain in her mobile home last September.
Jones, a 32-year-old Oklahoma native, had told jurors that another man was responsible for Nichols' killing.
The jury recommended the death sentence in a 10-to-2 vote.
Sentencing is set for December 1st.
Murder charges have also been filed against Jones in New Orleans and Georgia in separate killings.
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