TULSA, Okla. - Amber Hilberling's attorneys are wasting no time appealing their client's guilty verdict and 25-year prison sentence.
In March, Hilberling was convicted of murdering her husband Josh by pushing him out the window of their 25th floor apartment.
Yesterday, Judge Kurt Glascoe upheld the jury's recommendation and sentenced Hilberling to 25 years in prison.
Hilberling's family has hired high-profile defense attorney Clark Brewster to handle Amber's murder appeal.
Brewster tells KRMG he plans to bring up something already mentioned in the murder trial.
Brewster dsays, "It would not have happened but for the glass being completely unacceptable for that building."
One of Hilberling's trial attorneys, Jasen Corns, tells me there was plenty the jury didn't hear.
Corns says, "Amber feels like she wasn't able to tell some things that she wanted to tell such as why they were fighting that day and what were some of the decisions that Josh had been making in his life that got him in a lot of trouble."
KRMG spoke with both Josh and Amber's family after yesterday's sentencing.