US court denies nanny bail
Thursday 29 May 1997
Lawyers for Lousie Woodward, 19, of Chester, who is accused of murdering Matthew Eappen, had argued that their client posed no risk of flight and had submitted a file of affidavits attesting to her good character. But Supreme Judicial Court Justice Charles Fried denied their motion for bail. Ms Woodward has been detained in prison since her arrest in February. Reuters - Boston
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