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COLLINCOUNTY -- A second day of testimony continued Tuesday in a Collin County hearing over the death of a high school student.

A judge will determine whether 17-year-old Brenden Bridges will stand trial as an adult in the killing of his Wylie East High School classmate, Ivan Mejia, last March.

Tuesday morning, a pathologist testified that Mejia's wrists and ankles were bound with duct tape. He had a rag stuffed in his mouth, as well as numerous cuts and bruises.

A psychologist testified that Bridges took '100 percent responsibility' for the killing and was remorseful about it.

Follow along with tweets from our reporter in the courtroom:

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