Court delayed for alleged jilted arsonist

A WOMAN who was convicted of setting fire to her ex-lover's Caboolture home has had her fate delayed in court.

Sunshine Faith Joy Grace Love was found guilty of arson earlier this year and fronted the District Court in Brisbane to be sentenced on Friday.

Love was accused of setting fire to her ex-husband's home in a desperate attempt to hurt him financially.

The decision to adjourn the sentence came from concerns over material handed to the court.

The court heard Love had claimed her ex-husband was abusive and she suffered from motor neurone disease.

But the prosecution argued there was no evidence of that.

Judge Michael Noud adjourned the sentence to November 16.

Love has launched an appeal against her conviction.



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