RIVERSIDE, California — Monday morning, Sherra Wright-Robinson made a brief court appearance in Riverside County California.
The hearing was supposed to center around sending her back to Memphis to face charges for the 2010 murder of her ex-husband Lorenzen Wright.
Wright-Robinson was seated in a wheelchair during the hearing. Before it began, she could be seen in the hallway moving her legs back and forth.
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FOX13 asked defense attorney Jeff Zimel, who is not representing Wright-Robinson, for his legal opinion.
"I don't think you can read a lot into this at this time," he said.
Robinson-Wright's public defender wants her to be examined by a medical facility before the judge hears her case. As a result, the extradition hearing was pushed back until Wednesday.
Zimel told FOX13 the fact that she's in a wheelchair should not complicate the extradition process.
FOX13 was in the courtroom. Read updates from Greg Coy below.
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