Hot Car Toddler Death News
Jury Selection Begins for Father Charged With Murder
Justin Ross Harris is charged with murdering his 22-month-old son by leaving him in a hot SUV.
The Latest: Judge Says Jurors Can See SUV During Trial
A judge has ruled that jurors in the trial of a Georgia man accused of intentionally leaving his toddler son in a hot SUV to die will be allowed to see the SUV during trial
Jury Selection Begins in Case Accusing Georgia Dad of Murder in Son's Hot Car Death
The jury selection process began today in the case against a Georgia father whose 22-month-old son died when he was left in a hot SUV. Justin Ross Harris , 35, faces charges including murder for the June 2014 death of his son, Cooper, who police said died after he spent about seven hours in a car
Georgia Jury to Hear Father's Statements in Toddler 'Hot Car' Death Case
Judge rules that statements made before police arrested Justin Ross Harris are admissible at trial.
Dramatic Cases From 2014 That May Reach Court This Year
Familiar cases, faces and high-profile stories that will light up the headlines.
The Year's Shocking Trials and Tribulations
From Oscar Pistorius to Ray Rice, here's a recap of the legal drama that made headlines in 2014.
Wife of Man Charged in Son’s 'Not Car' Death Passed Polygraph, Sources Tell ABC
Leanna Harris , the wife of the Georgia man indicted after his toddler son died in a hot car this summer, has passed a lie detector test, sources have told ABC News. Justin Ross Harris is accused of leaving his 22-month-old son, Cooper, in his vehicle on June 18 "with malice aforethought" and
Mother's Friend Discusses Toddler Hot-Car Death Case
Good news for the wife of Justin Ross Harris. She's stood by his side since his ray rest. In an ABC news exclusive interview, her best friend is speaking out. This morning, sources tell ABC news that Leanna Harris passed a polygraph test. She had nothing to do with the accident. Reporter: She had
Father in Hot Car Death Formally Charged With Murder
Justin Ross Harris maintains his innocence, claiming he forgot to drop Cooper off at daycare.