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Anke Doehm’s criminal case remains adjourned

A check with the Supreme Court in Belize City confirmed that Doehm remains in the country. Her court appearance reportedly took place in May of this year, and since then, no other court appearances are confirmed. The amount of time between court appearances is attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic, which saw the Supreme Court temporarily closed at times.

Anke Doehm’s court case again adjourned

There are no indications as to when the criminal court case against American National Anke Doehm will hear a verdict. Doehm, who continues to face a charge of ‘Cruelty to a Child,’ in connection with the death of her adoptive daughter, Faye Lin Cannon, was in court on January 16th.

Anke Doehm’s court trial remains unsettled; Court hearing adjourned to January 2020

Another year goes by, and the criminal court case against American National Anke Doehm, who is facing a charge of ‘Cruelty to a Child,’ remains pending after it was adjourned to January 16, 2020.

Anke Doehm case adjourned to October

American National Anke Doehm was back at the Supreme Court in Belize City on June 18th to finalize her trial on the charge of ‘Cruelty to a Child,’ in connection to the 2017 death of her 13-year-old adopted daughter, Faye Lin Cannon. However, the trial has been extended after Doehm’s case was once again adjourned until October 15, 2019.

Anke Doehm’s trial re-scheduled for mid-June

Doehm was in court for a ‘Case Management Conference,’ where she was informed to return to court on June 18, 2019, to finalize her trial.

Anke Doehm’s petition to leave the country withdrawn; no new court date announced

The legal case against Anke Doehm has gone quiet after her last appearance in court on September 13th, when she sought permission from the Supreme Court to travel to the United States of America (USA) for health reasons.

Anke Doehm seeks court permission to travel out of the country for medical purposes

Widow Anke Doehm returned to court on Thursday, September 13th, seeking a variation to her bail conditions so she can travel to the United States of America for health reasons. Doehm, who faces a charge of ‘Cruelty to a Child,’ in connection with the death of her 13-year-old adopted daughter, Faye Lin Cannon, was almost remanded to prison instead after the person who had initially posted bail for her canceled it.

Anke Doehm yet to face trial for the charge of Cruelty of Child

Widowed Anke Doehm continues to face charges for ‘Cruelty to a Child' over the death of her adoptive daughter 13-year-old Faye Lin Cannon. Doehm’s most recent court appearance was on February 26th in Belize City, for a preliminary inquiry on the ongoing case against her.