Attorneys plan to retry a case of a man charged with aggravated battery next week as scheduled.

Attorneys plan to retry a case of a man charged with aggravated battery next week as scheduled.

Clayton D. Wilmer, 28, was in court Wednesday for a status hearing.

Wilmer is charged with felony counts of aggravated battery and robbery and misdemeanor charges of criminal restraint and intimidation of a witness.

The charges stem from an Aug. 3, 2014, incident. Wilmer is alleged to have entered a woman's Leavenworth home and repeatedly punched her. At one point, he allegedly took away the victim's phone when she tried to call 911.

Wilmer was convicted of the charges in 2016 and he was sentenced to 16 years and two months in prison.

Late last year, the Kansas Court of Appeals overturned the conviction. The appellate judges found that the trial judge had erred by allowing testimony of an expert about domestic violence and the presentation of evidence about another incident involving Wilmer and the same victim.

The case was remanded back to Leavenworth County District Court for a new trial.

Wilmer's attorney, Matthew Tillma, said Wednesday that he is prepared to go forward with the trial next week.

“We are set for Monday judge,” he said.

Wilmer is serving a prison sentence for a 2016 conviction in another case. This case also was appealed, but the Kansas Court of Appeals upheld convictions in this case for criminal discharge of a firearm at an occupied vehicle, aggravated endangering a child and criminal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. But the appellate judges overturned a conviction in this case for aggravated assault.