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Judge Turns Down Motion to Dismiss Charges in Hot Car Death Case

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    A Fairfax judge turned down a motion to dismiss charges against a father whose son died in a hot car in the summer.

    A Fairfax judge turned down a motion to dismiss charges against a father whose son died in a hot car in the summer.
    Miles Harrison is on trial for involuntary manslaughter for 21-month-old Chase Harrison's death.

    He forgot to drop his son off at day care and left him in the car for nine hours while he was at work.
    The prosecution has rested its case, and the defense is presenting.