The case of a Vandalia woman who is charged with aggravated battery of a child resulting in great bodily harm or permanent disability has once again been set out for a possible plea date following a brief appearance in Fayette County Court on Friday. 24-year old Aubree Hammer appeared very briefly in Fayette County Court Friday with defense counsel Patrick Schaufelberger. Judge Don Sheafor explained Hammer’s rights to her concerning a 402 conference that was set to be held between Assistant State’s Attorney Brenda Mathis, counsel Schaufelberger and Judge Sheafor. Hammer indicated she understood the 402 procedure and her rights. Following the completion of the conference, the matter has been set for a possible plea date of October 3 at 10a.m. Hammer is alleged to have injured her, at that time, 3 ½ month old baby in February of 2016 and is charged with one count of aggravated battery to a child under the age of 13 with great bodily harm or permanent disability. The offense is a Class X Felony and it is punishable by 6-30 years in prison. Hammer remains in the Fayette County Jail on $1 million bond.