Aragon v. State
In Aragon v. State, 229 S.W.3d 716 (Tex. App.--San Antonio 2007, no pet.), the court considered the admissibility of an autopsy photograph of a four-year-old girl. The defendant had been previously convicted of manslaughter in her death, and the State was using this conviction for enhancement.
The court noted that nothing was depicted in the photograph that had not been previously testified to and concluded that, although the picture may have been disturbing, it illustrated nothing more than the reality of the crime committed. Id. at 724.