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David Carroll Expected To Take Plea Deal

UPDATE: 10:43 a.m. - David Carroll is expected to enter a guilty plea tomorrow morning in court for killing his three year old foster son Marcus Fiesel. 

Carroll will get 16 years to life in prison for the charges. 

We will have more information as it comes into our newsroom on FOX19.com.


Less than a week after his wife was sentenced to 54 years in prison, David Carroll is seriously considering his future.

The 29 year old Clermont County man has been charged with killing his three year old foster son Marcus Fiesel. Last week, Liz Carroll was found guilty of murder and six other charges by a Clermont County jury.

According to his lawyer, Cathy Adams, the two met over the weekend and will meet again to decide how to proceed with their case. After their meeting Adams said that she has a meeting scheduled with prosecutors.

Prosecutors offered David Carroll a plea deal which he turned down earlier. After the sentencing of Liz Carroll, prosecutors said that the deal was back on the table until 4:30 p.m. on Thursday. That deadline passed but prosecutors apparently are open to what Carroll brings to the table.

If he does reach a plea deal, Carroll will plead guilty to charges of murder and gross abuse of a corpse. In exchange, the charges of involuntary manslaughter, kidnapping, felonious assault and child endangering would be dropped.

In the deal, Carroll would get 15 years to life in prison.

Carroll's trial is expected to begin on March 19th. His lawyer has filed to have his case moved out of Clermont County.

We will have the latest developments in the David Carroll trial on FOX19.com.

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