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Judge pushes Megan Boswell’s trial back to Feb. 6, 2023 – Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee

Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2022-06-13 09:29:54 –

Blountville, Tennessee (WJHL) — A judge in Sullivan County postponed the trial of a woman accused of murdering an infant and lying to an investigator on Monday.

Megan Boswell appeared in the General Session Court in Sullivan County at 9 am. There, her legal counsel, Brad Sproles, demanded that her trial be postponed to February because of fingerprints found in “significant” evidence.

The nature of the evidence was not revealed. District Attorney Barry Staubus agreed with Sproles that the results of the TBI Lab would take longer.

Judge Jim Goodwin has reset the trial originally scheduled for September 26th to take place on February 6th, 2023 at 8:30 am. However, this may have caused a retry.

Goodwin set up the following motion hearings on September 23rd. This includes all motions except the possibility of changing venues.The hearing is set at 1:30 pm on December 16th

Boswell remains in Sullivan County Jail with $ 1 million in public debt. the Court refused A request from the defense in January to lower it.

she was Charged In 2020, the body was found in family property after the murder of his 15-month-old daughter, Evelyn Mae Boswell. The circumstances surrounding Evelyn’s death have not been revealed as prosecutors are preparing for the trial.

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