On July 3, Cobb police and prosecutors successfully used tidbits culled from Justin Ross Harris’ electronic devices to shock an international audience. When the trial opens, their task will be harder: to convince a jury, beyond a reasonable doubt, that Harris was — at the least — criminally negligent, not just tragically distracted, when he left his 22-month-old son in the car for seven hours.
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A sixpack of hardware
These are devices for which Cobb County Police obtained search warrants in the case against Justin Ross Harris. The warrant applications do not specify details such as when he obtained each device.
Dell Dimension 9200 Computer Tower (a computer that can stand under a desk, powering a desktop monitor and other peripherals)
Google Chromecast (a plug-in device to stream video to TV)
Apple MacBook Pro (a laptop computer)
Lenovo T530 ThinkPad (a laptop provided by Harris’ employer, Home Depot)
Apple iPad (a tablet computer)
iPhone (a smartphone)