Louth pensioner Lynn Stallard has today (Friday August 14) denied the murder of her partner.
Stallard, 66, pleaded not guilty to the murder of Louis Spires, 68, when she appeared at Lincoln Crown Court this morning.
Wearing a grey cardigan and white t-shirt, Stallard stood flanked by a security officer as she entered her not guilty plea.
The body of Mr Spires was found at a house in Eastfield Road, Louth, on Friday May 15.
Stallard was later charged with murder by Lincolnshire Police.
Judge Michael Heath adjourned the case for a trial at Lincoln Crown Court on Monday November 2.
The trial is expected to last ten days.
Judge Heath told Stallard: “Your trial will commence on 2 November at this court.”
Stallard, of Eastfield Road, Louth, was remanded in to custody until her trial.