The Muskingum College student accused of killing her newborn baby has been found competent to stand trial. Muskingum county assistant prosecutor Bob Smith says both sides in the case agreed to the findings in a report that show Jennifer Bryant is competent.
Also, Muskingum county common pleas judge Butch Zwelling granted a request by the defense that asks the prosecution to provide more information concerning
Bryant’s charges. But Judge Zwellling said it’s up to the prosecution on what additional information they provide. Bryant is charged with one count of involuntary manslaughter, one count of abuse of a corpse and one count of involuntary manslaughter. Her trial is scheduled to begin March 31st.