Also on the docket today is a man who has had his bond lowered and raised again several times in connection with the death of an infant at a Wichita Falls apartment in 2014.
In August 2014, Catlin Briscoe called 911 and said a 19-month-old girl he was babysitting was unresponsive. The baby died at Cook Children's Hospital the next day.
Doctors said the baby suffered blunt force trauma and she had previous healed fractures on her arm. The baby's death was ruled a homicide.
The 32-year-old's bond was set at one million dollars and lowered to $200 thousand after his previous bond was ruled excessive. He was out of jail shortly after.
In January 2015 prosecutors alleged Briscoe made contact with his daughter and asked his bond be increased. It was set at one million dollars again and then later reduced to $400 thousand dollars.
Briscoe's trial is set to begin later this month.
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