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Aisling Brady McCarthy refused bail release condition

Sunday, 23rd February, 2014 5:48pm

Aisling Brady McCarthy refused bail release condition

Judge Jane S Haggerty refused the bail application.

The Cavan nanny accused of the murder of a child in Boston has been refused an application that would allow her release on bail.
Aisling Brady McCarthy, from Lavey, wanted her bail of $500,000 (€364,000) cut to just $5,000 on because of new evidence.
Middlesex Superior Court Judge Jane S Haggerty, however, found that there was not enough evidence to grant the request.
Prosecutors have been ordered to hand over medical evidence to Ms Brady McCarthy’s lawyers or Judge Haggerty warned that she would “seriously reconsider” her bail decision.
The nanny’s defence team had claimed medical reports conducted by the prosecution discovered Rehma Sabir suffered broken bones three weeks previous to her death when in her family’s care.
Ms Brady McCarthy (35) has pleaded not guilty to the murder and her trial is scheduled to take place on April 7.