My daughter and I are both following the trial, have both followed the case all along. She has a five year old. Just the other day she asked me this very question. I told her that no matter how the baby's death had happened, I would have a very difficult time with the situation because of the death penalty being involved. I have wished time and time again that the Prosecutors had NOT made this a death penalty case! But just the other day I heard an attorney explaining why they did that. That it is a strategy so they could try the case before "death penalty qualified" jury. I guess figuring that a death penalty qualified jury would have a tendency to vote guilty on the higher level of crime than a non-death penalty qualified jury. I think I would have a very, very hard time with the idea of contributing to my child being put to death. So I guess I am saying I might lie. And I'm not proud of saying that, I'm just being realistic.