Two weeks after a jury found the St. Petersburg woman known as the "Hiccup Girl" guilty of first-degree murder, her attorneys have filed a motion seeking a new trial.

Lawyers for 20-year-old Jennifer Mee claim Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge Nancy Moate Ley made mistakes with jury instructions, and they also say new evidence has surfaced about a key witness in the case.

A hearing will be held Wednesday to discuss a new trial. Mee has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Mee became nationally known as a 15-year-old high school student when she suffered bouts of hiccups that lasted weeks at a time. In 2010, she was arrested, along with two male roommates, and charged with the first-degree murder of 22-year-old Shannon Griffin.

Police said Mee lured Griffin to a home, where her roommates, Laron Raiford and Lamont Newton, were waiting for him with a gun and planned to rob him. During the robbery attempt, Griffin was shot.

Prosecutors believe Raiford pulled the trigger. He was sentenced to life in prison last month. Newton is awaiting trial.

Under Florida law, murder charges can be filed against anyone involved in the crime if someone is killed, regardless of whether he or she participated in the actual killing.

Mee's attorneys say if they do not receive a new trial, they will take their case to an appeals court.