Debbie Burgos sat outside the courtroom Monday, nervously waiting to again see the man charged with killing her son and attacking her daughter.
Osvaldo Rivera, 32, is charged with breaking into Burgos' Camden home Sept. 2, 2012, assaulting her then-12-year-old daughter and fatally slicing her 6-year-old son's throat as he intervened, allowing the girl to escape.
Dominick Andujar was found dead by Tiara, the eldest of his three sisters. He would be known as the city's youngest hero and posthumously given the Camden County Civilian Award for his courage.
In Superior Court, Burgos sat stoically as Rivera, shackled and dressed in a prison uniform, again heard the charges against him.