"The sentencing of Melanie Shaw over three charges of prison arson has been adjourned for four weeks."
"The 48-year-old was due to be sentenced at Leeds Crown Court today, Monday, after a jury in the same court in October had found that she had committed three counts of arson being reckless as to whether property was damaged or destroyed."
"The October proceedings were a 'trial of facts' to establish if she had carried out the acts, rather than a formal trial with a 'guilty' verdict', because [she] was deemed unfit to stand trial."
"During today's hearing, which lasted less than five minutes, Judge Belcher said she was not happy with a report that had been supplied by a doctor."
"The judge said the case `can't be dealt with today`."
"She requested further doctor's reports from the defence and adjourned the case until February 11, where she said she would decide on the sentence."
"The judge said: `I adjourn this case for the 11th of February. Reports requested for a hospital order`."
"Shaw did not appear in person for the hearing today. Around 15 of her supporters were in the public gallery for the hearing."
"The offences were carried out on February 8 and February 10, 2017, at HMP Foston Hall, Derby; and on June 21 at New Hall prison in Wakefield, West Yorkshire."