Transcript for Georgia Father Found Guilty of Murder in Hot Car Death
We turn to other news on a Monday night, and next, to Georgia here, and to the verdict in the so-called hot car murder trial. Justin Ross Harris arriving in the courtroom to hear his fate. Facing murder charges in the death of his 22-month-old son in the backseat of the family SUV. The jury delivering the harshest verdict, finding him guilty of deliberate murder and seven other charges. Here's ABC's Steve osunsami. Reporter: For a good number of stressed out parents watching this trial, there was something uncomfortably relatable to Justin Ross Harris's claim that he accidently left his son in this hot SUV, where 22-month-old cooper Harris died in 2014. We find the defendant guilty Reporter: But a jury in Georgia tonight is siding with many other parents who will never understand how this father forgot his son. Harris sat nearly stone-faced as jurors convicted him of murder, cruelty to children and other charges that will likely send him to jail for life. They deliberated for more than three days, and asked to see this piece of police station video, where prosecutors say he and his now ex-wife were recorded going over the story. Did you say too much? All I told them was the events of the day. Reporter: She told jurors she too believed Harris forgot to drop their son off at daycare, on his way into work. He must have forgot. Reporter: Even workers at the day care said they thought Harris was a good dad, but it wasn't enough. Problem for Justin Ross Harris is that he came across as a creepy bad guy. Reporter: Prosecutors argued that Harris was leading a double life and wanted to live child-free. He'll be sentenced December 5th and his lawyers are already talking about an appeal. David?
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