Danny Masterson is on trial for first-degree murder in the death of his daughter

What to Know About the Danny Masterson Rape Trial

The trial of Danny Masterson, the man who shot and killed his 14-month-old daughter, is set to begin Thursday in the death of his child.

Danny Masterson, the man who shot and killed his 14-month-old daughter, is on trial for first-degree murder in the death of his daughter, but a key piece of evidence in his case remains hidden.

Danny Masterson, the man who shot and killed his 14-month-old daughter, is on trial for first-degree murder in the death of his daughter.

Danny Masterson, the man who shot and killed his 14-month-old daughter, is on trial for first-degree murder in the death of his daughter.

Masterson is charged with first-degree murder in the death of his daughter, daughter Jynon.

The 22-year-old Dallas man is accused of shooting and killing his daughter and holding her hostage when he discovered her in a playpen in the garage of their apartment complex.

A jury is set to hear testimony Tuesday evening about what they’ll see when they go to trial in the case that has made national headlines.

The 12 jurors and two alternates must make a decision on whether a Dallas jury will find that Masterson, who was out on bond for unrelated crimes when he fatally shot his daughter last fall, is guilty of capital murder.

According to police, Masterson told police he shot Jynon while the girl was playing with a toy. He then barricaded himself in the home with the three-month-old and held her, first at gunpoint and then with the help of his girlfriend.

The case was sent to Dallas County to be prosecuted.

The last time the jury got access to evidence was in January, following a mistrial following a mistrial following a mistrial.

Jury to weigh Jynon’s death

Jury selection is scheduled to begin Tuesday afternoon and continue throughout the week.

Jury selection is scheduled to begin Tuesday afternoon and continue throughout the week.

The first witness is expected to testify in the case Monday.

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