A 49-year-old Limerick woman has appeared before the Special Criminal Court on charges of murder, firearms offences and membership of the IRA.
The court was told that some progress had been made in the case and that Rose Lynch woman could be arraigned.
She pleaded guilty to the murder of David Darcy on 28 November 2011.
The 39-year-old delivery man was shot dead at his home on Cherry Orchard Avenue in Ballyfermot as he left for work.
The three judges agreed to an application to adjourn sentencing until tomorrow morning.
This was done because of the seriousness of the charge, the sensitivities associated with it, to deal with the other charges and to iron out procedural aspects including the victim impact statements.
Ms Lynch faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison.