A woman accused of the murder of her 71-year-old mother Veronica Corstorphine made an application for bail in the Supreme Court in Launceston on Friday.
Natalie Maher, 46, formerly of Western Australia, pleaded not guilty in December last year to the alleged murder in South Launceston between October 3-5, 2019.
Ms Maher was arrested in WA and extradited to Tasmania.
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Crown prosecutor John Ransom opposed the application made on Ms Maher's behalf by Evan Hughes.
Chief Justice Alan Blow reserved his decision until December 1 at 4.15pm.