GIST: "A Suisun City man accused of murder and felony child abuse related to the death of an infant in 2010 will have a jury trial held early next year. Reginald Tanubagijo appeared briefly in the Fairfield courtroom of Solano County Superior Court Judge E. Bradley Nelson on Tuesday ahead of a jury trial that was set to begin later this month. However, witness availability issues in the case, which will rely heavily on testimony from expert witnesses, has created a delay in the proceedings. Nelson set a new trial date for 10 a.m. on Jan. 28. The charges against Tanubagijo stem from an incident at his Youngstown Lane home on Nov. 29, 2010, when police and paramedics responded to a report of a baby choking on milk. According to testimony from a 2012 hearing, medics transported the baby to NorthBay Medical Center in Fairfield, where a CT scan revealed a possible head injury. The baby then was taken to Children's Hospital and Research Center in Oakland and died a week later after being taken off life support. Tanubagijo's defense counsel, Martinez criminal defense attorney Jaye Ryan, stated in a previous hearing the injuries were consistent with an accidental fall. Prosecutors disagree, and argue the injuries were consistent with abusive head trauma, formerly known as shaken baby syndrome."

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