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Irish nanny Aisling McCarthy Brady appears at Middlesex Superior Court, Boston, in April of this year. AP Photo/Bizuayehu Tesfaye, Pool

Irish nanny trial 'tentatively scheduled' for next year

Aisling McCarthy Brady maintains she is not guilty of charges relating to a young baby’s death.

THE TRIAL OF Irish nanny Aisling McCarthy Brady – who is accused of violently injuring a young baby in her care, who subsequently died – could take place in April of next year.

The Boston Herald reports this evening that 7 April is the date on which her trial has been “tentatively scheduled”.

It says that both McCarthy Brady’s lawyers and prosecutors are waiting for x-ray results and medical reports on Rehma Sabir (aged one at the time of her death), whom the Cavan native is accused of killing.

The information was given by the lawyers and prosecutors in court in Boston today.

McCarthy Brady has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

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