Transcript for Hot Car Verdict Finds Father Guilty on All Counts
Now to that stunning verdict in that hot car trial in Georgia. Justin Ross Harris found guilty on all eight charges convicted of murdering his son by leaving him locked in a car for hours. ABC's Steve osunsami is in Marietta, Georgia, with more. Good morning, Steve. Reporter: Good morning to you, robin. This was a surprising result for many who have been following this case closely from the very beginning. Jurors not only agreed this father was negligent but that he intended to kill his son. We find the defendant guilty. Reporter: Justin Ross Harris sat nearly stone-faced after they delivered blow after blow. Reporter: Guilty on all eight charges from murder to child cruelty and seconding with an underage girl which prosecutors say was happening while his son was dying outside his Atlanta office in this silver SUV. The jury of six women and six men decided that 22-month-old cooper Harris was killed intentionally after being strapped into this rear-facing car seat by his father and left for more than seven hours in the parked car on a summer day in 2014. You had to accept that somebody is capable of this level of evil. It really affected everybody. Reporter: Harris failed to convince jurors that this was an accident. That he simply forgot to drop his son off at day care on his way in to work that morning. His now ex-wife even took his side. He must have forgot. Reporter: During deliberations last week jurors asked again to look at a police station video where Harris and the boy's mother are heard discussing the story he told authorities. Did you say too much? All I did was tell them the events of the day? Reporter: His lawyers are planning to appeal. From the moment we met Ross Harris, we've never once ever once wavered in our absolute belief that he's not guilty of what he's just been convicted of. Reporter: Harris is looking at life in prison and he'll be sentenced in this courthouse behind me here in Marietta, Georgia, on December 5th. George. Okay, Steve, thanks very much.
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