On at least three separate occasions in the course of a week, Hale said she observed injuries on her child.
According to her arrest report, Hale said she spoke with Crawford telling him to stop as each incident got worse.
The last piece of evidence Effler said he would show to the jury was picture of Leach- a picture of the young woman smiling.
When the photo crossed over the judges bench the rest of the courtroom saw a brief glimpse of it.
The statement went on to describe the pain Chesney had caused not just in the Leachs immediate family, but, in the extended family.
The couple told him that because of his need to get high there would forever be an empty seat at the table.
Crawfords bail should match that of Hale, Clement argued.
Petechiae is a condition that occurs when capillaries rupture leaving blood spots in the eyes.Following his August arrest, Crawford allegedly admitted to police he had used discipline on the little girl that included hitting her with an open palm, striking her with a horses riding crop and that he also disciplined her with his mouth by using his teeth.Crawford allegedly went on tell police he strangled the child around her neck using his legs.Seeking information, Eighth Judicial Criminal Court Judge Shayne Sexton asked why there was a difference in the bails.Slemp said the district attorneys office had requested the same bail for the two, but, General Sessions Judge Amanda Sammons set the bails as they currently stood.