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Texas Judge Lowers Capital Murder Bond to $9K — Suspect Released for $900

Bond reduced two other times and in both cases, the bonds were revoked for breaking bond conditions

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A Texas district court judge reduced the bond for a man charged with Capital Murder to $9,000. The suspect is out of jail after paying a $900 fee to the bondsman, according to Houston Crime Stoppers.

180th Criminal District Court Judge DaSean Jones lowered the bond for accused murderer Eric Todd Semien from $50,000 to $9,000, Fox 26 Houston’s Randy Wallace reported.

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