Her defense also asked that her house arrest be modified to allow her to attend church and visit a non-profit where she was a former administrator.
Newcomb’s team requested a modified house arrest to allow her to tend to a non-working farm at her home.
Newcomb has been placed on house arrest at her mother’s home so that she can help care for her.
The prosecution objected to the requests and has until the end of January to present evidence opposing the request.
While in court, it was revealed that Wagner was accused of lying about bulletproof vests that were seized during a search of her property.
Wagner’s next hearing is March 28. Her trial is scheduled to begin July 31.
Newcomb’s next hearing also is March 28.
Wagner is the mother of George “Billy” Wagner III. Billy, his wife, Angela Wagner, and their sons, George Wagner IV and Edward “Jake” Wagner, are accused of killing eight members of the Rhoden family.
Newcomb is Angela’s mother.