For Cal Harris, the fourth time was a charm. Harris was found not guilty of the murder of his wife, Michele Harris in a bench trial (no jury) before Judge Richard Mott on May 24. Harris had been convicted twice before, with those convictions overturned on appeal. His third trial ended in a hung jury. It’s only now that Harris can finally relax, knowing that he can no longer be tried for Michele’s murder.
Wiehl of Justice caught up with Harris and his attorney, Bruce Barket to discuss his long ordeal and how it has impacted his family.
If you are new to the Cal Harris saga, make sure you check out Wiehl of Justice’s series on this case, beginning with episode one:
Here’s part one of a Wiehl of Justice two-part interview with Harris and Barket on what’s come before, and what’s still on the horizon. Rest assured that Cal has plenty to say!