GIST: "She apologizes. She cries. She asks if she’s going to jail.  She says she wants to go home. She worries what her parents will say and asks a police officer if she thinks they will believe she killed her child. The public heard from Brooke “Skylar” Richardson for the first time Thursday, when prosecutors played a two-hour police interview for jurors in her murder trial. Richardson is charged with aggravated murder and involuntary manslaughter. She is accused of deliberately killing her newborn baby and burying her in the backyard. If convicted, she could spend the rest of her life in prison. In the interview, conducted in 2017 about two months after the baby’s death, Richardson was scared. At times, she spoke so fast it was hard to understand her. At one point, a detective asked her to speak louder. “I never meant to hurt her,” she said through tears. “I didn’t kill her,” she said. “It wasn’t alive,” she said. After police questioned her, Richardson’s parents entered the room. The camera kept recording.  “Mommy,” Richardson said in a high-pitched voice. The 18-year-old, who sounded even younger, hugged her mom and told her parents she didn’t kill her child. Her parents never knew she was pregnant. They told her to be honest with them, and she mostly repeated what she told police.  “I’m sorry,” Richardson said. Her mom told her she was going to jail and she would be on the news. Authorities were searching their backyard and neighbors had already been calling. “Can I please hold your hand, mommy?” Richardson said toward the end of the video recording. She reached across the table, and her mother took her hand. It wouldn't last long. She asked if they loved her. They said they did, but her father answered with qualifiers about her lies. Richardson was not arrested that day, but the family was not permitted to return home until authorities finished their search. There is video of a second police interview that will likely be played later in the trial. In that video, prosecutors say Richardson admitted to killing her baby and described how she did it. But her attorneys say she was scared and confused. Defense Attorney Charlie Rittgers said earlier this week police put words in her mouth. After the interview was finished, the judge sent jurors home for the day. The lieutenant who interviewed Richardson will continue testifying on Friday morning, when Richardson’s attorneys will get a chance to ask him questions.  The trial is scheduled to last two weeks."