The woman convicted of conspiracy to commit murder is appealing the decision and wants out on bail.
Angela Nicholson was looking for bail on Wednesday, but the judge in the case reserved his decision.
The 52-year old Melfort woman and 53-year old Curtis Vey of Wakaw were both found guilty earlier this year of planning to murder each others spouses and were handed three year prison terms.
Vey’s wife had made a secret recording of the two plotting to kill both herself and Nicholson’s husband.
During the case, their lawyers said the ideas brought forth in that tape would have never come to fruition.
Nicholson’s lawyer says his client would not pose a risk to the public if she was out on bail while waiting for an appeal.
Vey has yet to file an appeal. It is not known if he plans on doing so.
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