Wild About Trial™ will be live streaming from Cobb County for the State of Georgia vs. Justin Ross Harris murder trial (Cobb Superior Court, case no. 143124) when jury selection concludes, which could be as early as next week. The live stream will bring viewers gavel to gavel coverage via live video, live tweeting and immediate legal analysis as events unfold. The live stream will be featured on the Wild About Trial website and there will also be a link to the live stream page once the cameras start rolling.

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According to the indictment by the Cobb County District Attorney, Justin Ross Harris left his 22-month year old son Cooper buckled into the backseat of the family’s SUV for seven hours on a day when temperatures soared to nearly 90 degrees. An autopsy found that the boy died of hyperthermia. Harris is facing multiple charges, including malice murder, felony murder and cruelty to children.

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