A Virginia man is going on trial for the death of his 1-year-old son, more than four years after the boy's death.
Prosecutors say Joaquin Rams murdered his son Prince to collect on more than $500,000 in life insurance. Rams has maintained his innocence and says Prince died after suffering a seizure.
Rams was granted visitation with his son despite objections from the boy's mother, who told a judge she feared for Prince's safety.
Prosecutors suspect Rams also killed his ex-girlfriend in 2003 and his own mother in 2008. But a judge barred any evidence from those deaths at Prince's murder trial, which begins Monday. A judge, not a jury, will decide Rams' case.
Rams is charged with capital murder but prosecutors agreed not to seek the death penalty.