JUDGE RULES EVIDENCE ON INFIDELITY OK IN JUSTIN ROSS HARRIS CASE
There’s new information in the case of a Georgia dad accused of killing his son by leaving the toddler in a hot car.
A Cobb County judge ruled Monday that evidence of Justin Ross Harris’ alleged infidelity, Web searches on car deaths and his family’s financial status can be used in the trial.
That information includes Harris’ alleged sexting with minors.
Harris’ attorneys fought to exclude evidence suggesting his marriage was on the rocks and may have been a reason for his son’s death.
Information about a life insurance policy on the victim, Cooper Harris, will not be allowed as evidence, but the judge says prosecutors can bring it up during the trial.