A Hall County District Judge is expected to decide whether jail letters by a man accused of killing his daughter will be admitted for evidence.
Monday Hall County Deputy County Attorney Mark Young argued that letters Germai Molina wrote to his wife showed intent to kill.
The 22-year-old is charged with felony first-degree murder and felony child abuse. He is accused in the July 23 beating death of his two-year-old daughter, Diana N. Molina.
His wife, Diana C. Molina is also charged with felony child abuse. As part of a plea agreement her charge will be reduced if she cooperates in the prosecution of her husband.
Hall County District Judge James Livingston has taken the matter into advisement.
Molina's trial is scheduled to begin Aug. 2.
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