A person will face trial subsequent 12 months accused of the homicide of a girl who disappeared a decade in the past.
Darren Osment appeared earlier than Bristol Crown Court accused of murdering 32-year-old Claire Holland.
The shaven-headed 40-year-old faces a three-week trial earlier than a High Court choose starting on March 13 2023.
Judge Peter Blair QC, The Recorder of Bristol, mentioned a pre-trial preparation listening to would happen on November 14.
Osment, of Chessel Drive, Patchway, South Gloucestershire, didn’t enter a plea to the one cost he faces.
Mark Linehan, representing the defendant, didn’t make an software for bail and Osment was remanded into custody till his subsequent court docket look.
The choose instructed Osment: “We are going to have another court hearing on November 14 to deal with further case management directions making sure you have the material from the prosecution that you need, and your lawyers need in order to represent your case and respond.
“In the meantime I am going to remand you into custody and there is no bail application being made today.”
On Thursday, Bristol Magistrates’ Court heard he’s accused of murdering Ms Holland on a date between June 5 and June 8 2012.
Ms Holland, from the Lawrence Weston space of Bristol, was final seen leaving city-centre pub Seamus O’Donnell’s at 11.15pm on June 6 2012, the day after the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee weekend.
She was reported lacking just a few days later, and has not been seen or heard from since regardless of a number of mass searches and appeals for data.