Kent and Jo Hovind were back in federal court this week seeking acquittal on charges of bank structuring.
The couple's attorneys argued there was no intent to defraud the government by making large deposits just under the $10,000 threshold that triggers bank-reporting requirements.
In November, Kent Hovind, a Pensacola creationist who owns Dinosaur Adventure Land on North Palafox Street, was found guilty of 58 federal charges, including failure to pay $845,000 in employee-related taxes.
Jo Hovind was convicted of 44 of the counts that involved the bank reporting requirements.
In January, Kent Hovind was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
He remains in the Escambia County Jail awaiting transfer.
A date for Jo Hovind's sentencing has been delayed pending a ruling by U.S. District Judge Casey Rodgers on the request for acquittal on the bank structuring conviction.

No date has been set for her ruling.