Leonard's pretrial hearing date is scheduled for Feb. 3.
Leonard can attend her daughter’s funeral, but cannot speak to any of her children and must be at least 10 feet away from other children at the funeral.
In Monday’s hearing, a Massachusetts State Police trooper took the stand and a 911 call recording was played, in which the caller says her daughter was having trouble breathing.
Leonard: “My child is dying, I, I don’t hear her breathing.”
Dispatcher: “I’m sorry?”
Leonard: “I can’t hear my child breathing. She’s like, unresponsive.”
That trooper testified that when Whitman police arrived at Leonard’s apartment, Farrell did not have a pulse. They also said that she couldn’t have self-inflicted her nonaccidental head injury.
Chris Farrell, Farrell’s father, and other family and friends were in court.
A trooper said that Farrell had been 2-to-4-months-old when she was taken from Leonard's custody. She was placed back in her care in November, just weeks before her death.