A man has been sentenced to more than two years in prison for battering a woman at her Leavenworth home.

A man has been sentenced to more than two years in prison for battering a woman at her Leavenworth home.

The sentence will run concurrent to a nearly 20-year sentence the defendant, Clayton D. Wilmer, already is serving in a separate case. This means he will serve the two sentences at the same time.

Wilmer, 28, was sentenced Friday in Leavenworth County District Court to 32 months, or two years and eight months, for charges of aggravated battery and criminal restraint.

The charges stem from an Aug. 3, 2014, incident in which Wilmer reportedly entered a woman's home and repeatedly punched her.

This case went to trial in January 2016, and Wilmer was convicted of aggravated battery, robbery, criminal restraint and intimidation of a witness. Two months later, he was sentenced to 16 years and two months in prison.

The conviction was overturned late last year by the Kansas Court of Appeals. The case was remanded back to Leavenworth County District Court for a new trial.

Last month, Clayton pleaded no contest to the aggravated battery and criminal restraint charges. The other charges in the case were dismissed as part of a plea agreement.

"This case has had a lot of twists and turns," Assistant County Attorney Michael Jones said Friday.

Jones said in court that the victim is satisfied with how the case has been resolved.

"She appears to be ready to move on," Jones said.

District Judge Michael Gibbens imposed a prison sentence of 32 months for the aggravated battery charge. A 12-month jail sentence for the criminal restraint will run concurrent to the 32-month prison sentence.

One issue that remains unresolved is the amount of credit Wilmer will receive toward his sentence for time already spent in custody.

Wilmer's attorney, Matthew Tillma, filed a motion seeking to have his client receive additional credit for time already served.

Jones agreed it appears some credit for time served has not been granted to the defendant. But the prosecutor said he is not sure how much credit is owed to the defendant.

Jones requested time to file a written response to the defense motion.

"I guess I can just take that part under advisement," Gibbens said.

If the parties cannot reach an agreement on how much credit should be awarded, Wilmer will have to be returned to court for a hearing on the matter, Gibbens said.

Wilmer already is serving a sentence of 19 years and 11 months for charges of criminal discharge of a firearm at an occupied vehicle, aggravated endangering a child and criminal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. These crimes occurred Oct. 24, 2014. Wilmer was convicted of these charges in September 2016.

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