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Ms Woodward, 21, who spent 279 days in a US jail awaiting trial for second- degree murder, later reduced to manslaughter, is studying law. Her solicitor Paul Barrow said: " The watchword, as always, is caution."
Ms Whitfield Sharp claims two witnesses saw the eight-month-old boy fall from a toy shop trolley while out with his father before his death in 1997. The district attorney, who prosecuted the case, said that was investigated and "is not credible".
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