Homicide

Juror questionnaire in hot SUV case seeks to ID juror bias

FILE - In this Sept. 15, 2015 file photo, Justin Ross Harris, right, motions to a image on a laptop on the defendant’s tables to one of his attorneys, T. Bryan Limpkin, as the pre-trial motion hearings continue in Marietta, Ga.  The trial for Harris, accused of intentionally leaving his toddler son in a hot SUV to die is set to begin Monday, April 11, 2016.  Harris is accused of leaving 22-month-old Cooper to die in June 2014. He's been held without bond since then on multiple charges, including murder. His attorneys have called the death a tragic accident.  (Kelly J. Huff/Marietta Daily Journal via AP, Pool)

FILE - In this Sept. 15, 2015 file photo, Justin Ross Harris, right, motions to a image on a laptop on the defendant’s tables to one of his attorneys, T. Bryan Limpkin, as the pre-trial motion hearings continue in Marietta, Ga. The trial for Harris, accused of intentionally leaving his toddler son in a hot SUV to die is set to begin Monday, April 11, 2016. Harris is accused of leaving 22-month-old Cooper to die in June 2014. He's been held without bond since then on multiple charges, including murder. His attorneys have called the death a tragic accident. (Kelly J. Huff/Marietta Daily Journal via AP, Pool)  (The Associated Press)

Potential jurors for the trial of a Georgia man accused of intentionally leaving his toddler son in a hot SUV to die filled out a 17-page questionnaire Tuesday to help the lawyers pick a qualified jury.

Police say 22-month-old Cooper died after spending about seven hours in the SUV on a hot day in June 2014. Justin Ross Harris faces charges, including murder, and has been in jail since the day his son died.

The questionnaires ask potential jurors whether they or someone they know has ever left a child or animal in a hot car, and about what news media coverage of the case they have seen.

The questionnaire notes the trial could last four to six weeks once opening statements begin.