In my opinion the reason this keeps getting delayed, she keeps changing attorneys and the attorneys are keeping her away from conferences and hearings is that she continues to display completely narcissistic thinking patterns. I'm not trying to diagnose a clinical mental illness I just, subjectively, observe some that lead me to suspect she truly believes that if she could just make the judge understand that it was only a game they were playing that went wrong she would be let go.
There's been some wondering about how the cell phone video of him in the suitcase came into evidence so quickly. I would be willing to bet that she herself offered up that video in her own defense ie "Look, we were just playing around and he was alive when I went to bed!"
To begin with, I thought this was a substance abuse issue and I think perhaps her first (few?) attorneys may have thought that too - that after she dried out in lockup for a few weeks that she might become more capable of understanding that the argument she wants to make in her defense is still that she is guilty of, at best, second degree manslaughter and probably first degree. I haven't looked at the way those laws are arranged in Florida and I think it's pretty obvious Sarah hasn't either.
God only knows how long it will take if ever to find a medical expert willing to be paid scale to work with this woman enough to determine if her continued irrational thinking is a result of spousal abuse and to testify as such with her actively resisting.
It seems to me that what she wants is to go to trial for murder and then establish that what happened doesn't meet the legal definition of murder but that would require for her to very carefully testify with an understanding of the law - which it seems she isn't willing to do.
I predict what will ultimately happen is that she'll be tried for first degree manslaughter or it's equivalent, she will look extremely bad on the stand and be sentenced to the maximum penalty for that offense plus some assorted other tacked on charges. Maybe she will gain the perspective to regret her actions in prison but I don't think she's going to by her trial. Maybe though, if it keeps getting indefinitely continued.