The local derelict farmhouse where Ana Kriegel’s body was found will be visited by legal teams involved in the upcoming trial.
Two teenage boys are due to stand trial for the schoolgirl’s murder next month.
She had been reported missing from her home in Leixlip by her parents three days previously.
Designated trial Judge Paul McDermott has warned the media that the accused boys are children and it is a criminal offence to publish their identities, addresses or schools.
No photos are to be taken of the children and their families and journalists aren’t to approach the accused boys or their families by any means whatsoever.
The court heard any breach of this order would be a contempt of court and would be treated very seriously.
The two boys will not have to sit in the dock and instead can sit with their parents or guardians in the body of the court.
The legal teams and judge won’t wear their official robes for the proceedings as per procedures in the Children’s Court.
Any children giving evidence will do so via video link.
The trial is due to start on Monday 29th of April