Jamieson, aged 30, killed his daughter Abbie at the home
he shared with her mother Nichola Haddock in Dumbarton
February 2008, Ms Haddock, a student, went off
to her studies at Glasgow's Caledonian University,
leaving 4-month-old baby Abbie with father Craig
Jamieson. After a phone call from Jamieson saying Abbie
was unwell she rushed home.
home to find Abbie "very pale" and "staring into space"
in her chair. An ambulance was called.
4-month-old Abbie Jamieson died at Yorkhill Hospital
Glasgow.Jamieson inflicted blunt force trauma to her
head and body leaving the girl so severely injured that
the injuries killed her.
at the High court in Glasgow, forensic experts said the
babies injuries were caused by her being hit off a hard
surface like a wall or a worktop.
The jury took
just under four hours to convict Jamieson of Abbie's murder.
He was sentenced
to life imprisonment with a minimum period of 16 years.
2011, his conviction was overturned by the Appeal
Court on the grounds that the trial judge had misdirected
the jury in the case. Jamieson was ordered to face trial
again and was granted bail.
February 2012, Craig Jamieson is sentenced to 15 years
and a month in prison after being found guilty of fatally
injuring daughter Abbie at his then home in Glasgow.