Katherine Kealoha will have to wait until after sentencing to learn whether or not she will be granted a new trial, according to our partners at Civil Beat.

Kealoha was convicted in June for conspiracy and obstruction. 

Last month, she filed a motion for a new trial claiming her court-appointed lawyer was ineffective.  Kealoha's new lawyer, Earle Partington, argued that a decision should be made now because it could negatively impact two other trials she is facing. 

A judge ruled to wait until after her conspiracy case is finalized with sentencing in October.