Transcript for Justin Ross Harris' Ex-Wife Speaks Out After Guilty Verdict
Clayton, thanks very much. If you fallout from the hot car trial. The mother has spoken out and now we're hearing from one of the jurors who reached the decision. Steve osunsami brings us the story from Atlanta. Good morning, Steve. Reporter: Good morning, to you, George. Prosecutors in this case are debating whether they'll ask the judge to throw the book at Justin Ross Harris to give him the maximum sentence. We're also hearing from his ex-wife who says that families judging hers should look in the mirror. We find the defendant guilty. Reporter: As Justin Ross Harris waits for sentencing where he could be locked up for life. The woman who stood by his side is going off on the guilty verdict. Cooper was the sweetest little boy. Reporter: Leanna Taylor is taking her anger to Facebook, the mother of cooper Harris who died from heat exposure speaks directly to critics "So now you may be saying justice has been served but guess what, you can convict every parent that this has ever happened to and I can promise you two things, one, it will never bring our children back and, two, it will not prevent this from happening in the future." Taylorried to convince jurors that she too believes that the boy's father forgot his son in the car on his way in to work that day. He must have forgot. Reporter: But this morning we're hearing from juror number three who says that from the very first vote jurors were leaning guilty. Candy Parrish is a 23-year-old married stay-at-home mom and in her statement to ABC news she says there were too many factors that played throughout his day that you wouldn't forget your child in the car. To say he literally drove just half a mile to work only five minutes and forgot his child is unbelievable. I think it is really hard to do something like that. Prosecutors are now underlying that Leanna Taylor herself will not be charged. There's no evidence in this case. You know, to charge her with anything. Reporter: Her attorneys this morning say they wish the district attorney had say said this a little earlier. They also point out that she took a polygraph to prove her innocence, which they say she passed. Harris' lawyers now plan to take his appeal to the Georgia supreme court.
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