Harris can be seen quibbling over the charges, asking Stoddard what constitutes murder under Georgia law.
“I don’t see how such a … I can’t think straight,” Harris said matter-of-factly. “My son is dead, I don’t know what to do.”
When told he might remain in jail for 30 days awaiting a probable cause hearing, Harris asked Stoddard if he had any influence with a judge that might get him released sooner.
“I understand you guys are doing your job,” he said. “I can’t miss supporting the family, I can’t miss my family supporting me, I can’t miss burying my child.”
Stoddard is expected to remain on the stand for the rest of the day.
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