Bail was set at $500,000 today for Denise Wilder, the Roseville mother jailed in connection to her 2-year-old daughter's death.
Her attorney Jess Before had sought a $50,000 bail amount. He said it was not clear whether Wilder would make bail.
Wilder has been in and out of jail since her daughter was found dead on April 4 at her parent's Roseville residence. After being charged with murder, she was released, while the autopsy results were pending. During that time, she attended her father's bail hearing. He is facing federal child pornography charges.
Wilder was rearrested June 15 after the autopsy found the child died of acute alcohol poisoning and malnutrition.
Wilder, 37, is now charged with cruelty to a child by abuse, neglect or endangering health, under circumstance likely to produce great bodily harm or death in connection with the death of her daughter McKinley Wilder. The complaint further alleges that Wilder personally inflicted great bodily injury upon a child under the age of 5.
Wilder also is charged with abuse or endangerment under circumstances likely to produce great bodily harm or death in connection with the abuse and neglect of another daughter, age 5.
Her next court appearance is Aug. 10.