A woman who has been convicted of murdering her estranged husband in Leavenworth was back in court Wednesday. But her case was continued until December because her attorneys are awaiting transcripts before they file post-trial motions.

A woman who has been convicted of murdering her estranged husband in Leavenworth was back in court Wednesday. But her case was continued until December because her attorneys are awaiting transcripts before they file post-trial motions.

Barbara M. Frantz, 52, was convicted in July of first-degree murder.

She was charged after her husband, Gary, was shot Jan. 27, 2017, in a parking lot in downtown Leavenworth.

Frantz has not yet been sentenced.

Wednesday’s hearing had been scheduled to check the status on transcripts requested by Frantz’s attorneys.

District Judge Michael Gibbens said the transcripts had been properly ordered and the Kansas State Board of Indigents’ Defense Services agreed to pay for transcripts of the trial and other hearings in the case.

But Gibbens suggested it may be some time before the transcripts are ready. He scheduled another status hearing for Dec. 14 in Leavenworth County District Court.

Frantz remains in custody at the Leavenworth County Jail.

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