MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The high-profile case of a South Florida woman accused of hiring a hit man to kill her then-husband could go to the Florida Supreme Court.

Attorneys for Dalia Dippolito filed a notice asking the Supreme Court to hear an appear of her conviction on a charge of Solicitation to Commit First-Degree Murder.

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In 2009, Dippolito was accused of plotting to kill her husband, with her lover reporting the alleged scheme to Boynton Beach Police.

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During an investigation, police made recordings of conversations between Dippolito and her lover, and between Dippolito and the purported hit man, who was an undercover officer.

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The notice filed at the Supreme Court is an initial step and does not provide detailed arguments.