Mother and father accused of murdering their son appear in court

사진: 어머니, 29, 그리고 아버지, 27, accused of murdering their four-week-old son who was found dead at their home in 2017 as they appear in court

  • Ollie Davis was found unresponsive in a cot at home in Leicester in October 2017
  • His parents Kayleigh Driver, 29, and Michael Davis, 27, were charged with murder
  • Couple have today appeared at Leicester Crown Court for their pre-trial review
  • Davis and Driver have denied murder and also denied one count of causing/allowing the death of a child between October 9 그리고 10월 21, 2017
  • A mother and father accused of murdering their four-week-old son who was found dead at their home in 2017 have been pictured for the first time today.

    Baby Ollie Davis was found unresponsive in his cot on October 21, 2017, at a home in Upper Temple Walk, Beaumont Leys, 레스터.

    His parents Kayleigh Driver, 29, and Michael Davis, 27, are accused of murdering the youngster and appeared in court this morning for a pre-trial hearing. The full trial is expected to take place in October.

    Davis and Driver, both of Carlisle Street, 레스터, are also charged with causing or allowing the death of a child, two counts of causing grievous bodily harm, and causing or allowing a child to suffer serious physical harm. They have denied the charges.

    A mother and father accused of murdering their four-week-old son who was found dead at their home in 2017 have been pictured for the first time today

    A mother and father accused of murdering their four-week-old son who was found dead at their home in 2017 have been pictured for the first time today

    At the last court hearing, 올해 2 월, Judge Timothy Spencer QC, who presided over the hearing, told the defendants: ‘Everyone is trying to get the case ready for trial on October 4.

    ‘Sorry to keep bringing you back to court but it does help having you here to get people’s minds focused.

    ‘You will be back here on May 3.He released them on conditional bail.

    그는 계속했다: ‘I will grant bail in this case. Because they have been charged with murder this is wholly exceptional case in this sense.

    ‘The baby in this case died in October 2017 and these two have been under investigation for four years. They have never presented as a bail risk.

    ‘They have fully complied with the investigative and court process. I find there is no realistic or serious risk of offending likely to cause harm to another person.

    ‘In the wholly exceptional circumstances it is not without a little nervousness and in a murder case going to grant bail and they will continue on bail.

    Police launched an investigation following the death of the four-week-old at the property in Upper Temple Walk, Beaumont Leys. 그림: Google Street View.

    Police launched an investigation following the death of the four-week-old at the property in Upper Temple Walk, Beaumont Leys. 그림: Google Street View.

    A Leicestershire Police spokesperson previously said: ‘Two people have been charged with a murder following the death of a four-week-old baby in 2017.

    ‘They were arrested on 27 십월 2017. 그때부터, a complex investigation has been carried out.

    ‘They have fully complied with the investigative and court process. I find there is no realistic or serious risk of offending likely to cause harm to another person.

    ‘In the wholly exceptional circumstances it is not without a little nervousness and in a murder case going to grant bail and they will continue on bail.

    A Leicestershire Police spokesperson said: ‘Two people have been charged with a murder following the death of a four-week-old baby in 2017.

    ‘They were arrested on 27 십월 2017. 그때부터, a complex investigation has been carried out.