Hot car death 'never planned' by father
A man accused of killing his young son by leaving him in a hot car was responsible for the boy's death but it was not intentional, a court has heard.
Justin Ross Harris wept as his lawyer argued the tragedy in Georgia two years ago was due to a change of routine.
Mr Harris forgot Cooper was in the back seat of his SUV that morning because he had usually dropped him off at nursery by that time, the court heard.
On Monday, the prosecution said the defendant plotted to kill his son.
He planned the tragedy because he wanted to leave the family to continue affairs with other women, the court... read more
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