The solicitor representing a 23-year-old woman charged with the murder of an 18-month-old boy who fell from a sixth-floor window of a block of flats has appealed for witnesses to come forward.
Sajad Chaudhury told a district judge Gemma Procter denies the charge of murdering Elliot Procter.
Mr Chaudhury was speaking as Procter appeared for a 10-minute appearance at Bradford Magistrates' Court on Monday.
District Judge Michael Fanning partially lifted the normal reporting restrictions which limit what media can report at such hearings so Mr Chaudhury could make an appeal to anyone who had information about or footage of "behaviour" in the Newcastle House block in the days leading up to Elliot's death.
Mr Chaudhury did not specify what incidents he was referring to but said: "People may have thought them insignificant but, for us, they may be significant."
The incident was reported to police at about 5.10pm on Saturday.
Attempts were made to save the toddler who, witnesses said, was naked as he fell on to the cobbles.
Despite the efforts of people at the flats in the Barkerend area of the city, police said it was quickly apparent that he had died.
Procter, of Newcastle House, Bradford, stood in the glass front-dock flanked by two security guards and clearly upset for the short hearing.
She spoke to confirm her personal details and that she understood the charge.
Wearing a grey sweatshirt and grey tracksuit bottoms and sporting long red hair, the defendant acknowledged family at the back of the court.
One young man shouted "love you, babe" and Procter said the same back as she was led from the dock.
Procter was remanded in custody and will appear again before Bradford Crown Court on Wednesday.