I find it highly unlikely that Craig will get the needle, or the chair. Capital punishment is usually only given ,to perpetrators, who committed particularly heinous homocides. For the death penalty to be given, there must be demonstrated that the murderer acted with both purpose and malice. Titus killed that woman in a fit of rage. This menas that, if convicted, he'll probably get life without parole, or maybe even only 30-40 years. In any case, he's screwed.
Now that the shoe is on the other foot . . . . . .