An arraignment hearing in an attempted murder case set for Thursday in Moffat County District Court was continued at the request of the defendant's public defender.
Anne Marie Goslin is charged in District Court with five felonies: criminal attempt to commit first-degree murder, first-degree burglary, second-degree assault and two counts of menacing.
She has yet to enter a plea.
Her attorney, public defender Sheryl Uhlmann, asked the court Wednesday to continue the hearing, and the request was approved. Her new hearing date is 12:45 p.m. Jan. 29 in District Court.
The charges against Goslin, who is free on bond, stem from an alleged incident Oct. 20 at a home in the 600 block of Barclay Street.
Police were called to the address on a report of an assault in progress involving a weapon. Officers reported there were two female victims, neither of whom required medical attention.
Goslin, according to the criminal complaint, engaged in "conduct constituting a substantial step toward the commission of murder in the first degree."
In October, a judge agreed to lower Goslin's bond from $100,000 to $50,000 so she could be released from custody.
The judge added restrictions to her release, including that Goslin's family supervise her on release.
In December, a judge lifted supervision restrictions so Goslin could be allowed to work. Away from work, she still is required to be supervised by family, the court ruled.