COBB COUNTY, Ga. — A former NBA player was questioned Friday morning as the Ross Harris jury selection continued into its eighth day.
The player, who cannot be identified, said he knows little about the case.
"If I'm called to do this, I will be fair," the player said.
Court has recessed for the weekend and will resume Monday at 9 a.m. No new jurors qualifies on Friday.
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Harris is accused of leaving his toddler son Cooper in a car to die, while temperatures reached 92 in Cobb County in June 2014.
On Thursday, the judge approved six more jurors that could serve in the trial, bringing the total pool number to 26.
Experts say they will need at least 40 before the trial can start.
Harris is charged not only with killing his son, but also with sexting an underage woman the day of Cooper's death.
"Do you think you would be able to do that even if there was evidence that perhaps Mr. Harris had some serious moral failures in his life but the state simply didn't prove the charges beyond a reasonable doubt?" defense attorney Maddox Kilgore asked the potential juror.
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