The Massachusetts babysitter accused of kidnapping and assaulting a young girl may learn Friday whether she has been deemed competent to stand trial.
Abigail Hanna was ordered to undergo a competency evaluation.
Hanna's appearance has been waived, but the case is still expected in court around 11 a.m.
She is accused of breaking into 2-year-old Lyndon Albers' Hamilton home back in November.
Hanna previously babysat Albers once.
Police say Albers was found hours later naked by the side of the road with her head shaven.
Officials say Hanna was hallucinating and suffered a miscarriage a month before the incident.