Watch: Man in court charged with murder of Olivia Pratt-Korbel
These are the first pictures of the man charged with murdering schoolgirl Olivia Pratt-Korbel.
The nine-year-old died after she was shot in her home in Liverpool in August.
On Monday, Thomas Cashman, 34, appeared at Liverpool Magistrates' Court charged with her murder and was remanded in custody.
Olivia was shot by a gunman who chased convicted burglar Joseph Nee into her home in Dovecot on 22 August.
She died at Alder Hey Children's Hospital a short time later.
Her mother, Cheryl Korbel, 46, was injured in the shooting, which happened just after 10pm.
Cashman, of Grenadier Drive, West Derby, is also charged with the attempted murder of Ms Korbel and Nee, as well as two counts of possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life.
Ms Korbel was in court along with Olivia’s father, John Francis Pratt, and a number of police officers.
The defendant, wearing a grey T-shirt and handcuffs and flanked by police officers in the dock, looked at the ground throughout most of the 15-minute hearing. He spoke to give his name, date of birth and address.
A provisional trial date was set for March 6 next year, with a plea and trial preparation hearing to take place on January 10.
Earlier in the day, Paul Russell, 40, of Snowberry Road, West Derby, also appeared in court, charged with assisting an offender.
The court heard he was alleged to have assisted Cashman by driving him away from the scene and disposing of clothing.
No application for bail was made and Russell was remanded in custody to appear at Liverpool Crown Court on 31 October.