Man denies murdering Suffolk mother-of-two
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A 29-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to the murder of a Suffolk mother.
Charles Jessop appeared for a further case management hearing at Ipswich Crown Court on Friday morning.
He was arraigned on a single count indictment of murdering 33-year-old Clare Nash on January 16.
Jessop, who appeared in court via video link from Norwich prison, is alleged to have murdered Miss Nash at a flat in Brickfields Avenue, Newmarket.
Miss Nash was found with severe injuries after police officers were called to the property at 9.35pm.
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The mother-of-two was later pronounced dead by air ambulance medics.
An earlier hearing was told that her cause of death was “compression of the neck and stab wounds”.
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Judge Martyn Levett listed the case for another hearing on August 28, when the court will indicate a date for trial.
Jessop was further remanded into custody until then.