TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A hearing for a woman accused in the 2014 killing of another woman has been pushed back to April.
The Lawrence Journal World reports that 39-year-old Angelica Kulp appeared in court Tuesday, where her attorney asked for an upcoming hearing to be pushed back to allow more time for discovery.
Douglas County District Court Judge Kay Huff granted the attorney’s request, scheduling Kulp’s next court appearance, where a date will be set for her preliminary hearing, for April 12.
Kulp is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 56-year-old Christine Kaplan, who was found dead at her Lawrence home. The cause of Kaplan’s death has not been released.
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