LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Convicted murderer Sante Kimes appeared in court Wednesday, a day after being extradited from New York to stand trial with her son for a 1998 killing that could bring the death penalty.

In court, Kimes, 66, agreed to have her arraignment postponed until June 28.

Kimes and her son, Kenneth, 26, are charged with the March 1998 shooting of David Kazdin, 63, whose body was found in a trash bin near Los Angeles International Airport.

Police believe he was killed after he discovered the Kimeses had forged his name on a loan. They allegedly took $200,000.

The Kimeses were sentenced in New York to 120-year prison terms for the murder of 82-year-old Irene Silverman after conspiring to steal her $7 million Manhattan townhouse and other possessions.

Kenneth Kimes was extradited in March and has pleaded innocent in the California killing.