An accused killer's guilty conscience could put him on Alabama’s death row.
Christopher Floyd is standing trial for capital murder in Dothan.
He’s charged with killing 49-year-old Archie Crawford during a robbery at a country store in 1992.
Floyd is already serving a life sentence for property crimes.
A prison guard testified yesterday that Floyd told him he was having suicidal thoughts because he had killed someone.
District Attorney Doug Valeska told jurors Floyd admitted to investigators that he was guilty.
Defense attorneys claim someone else fired the fatal shot.
Testimony in the case continues today.