Liz Carroll In Court, Will Likely Plead No Contest

The outstanding legal issues against Liz Carroll are expected to come to an end in a Hamilton County Courtroom today.

Thirty one year old Liz Carroll who was convicted of killing three year old Marcus Fiesel will likely plead no contest to charges of perjury, inducing panic and making false alarms.

Prosecutors say that Carroll mislead investigators and the community about her three year old foster child's disappearance. She is also charged with lying to a grand jury.

Liz and her husband David Carroll kept up the story that Fiesel had disappeard from Julif's park after Liz Carroll allegedly had a fainting spell.  The Carrolls kept up that story until live-in girlfriend Amy Baker went to prosecutors and made a deal. For immunity from prosecution, Baker told investigators that Fiesel was wrapped up and left in a playpen in a closet while the Carroll family along with Baker went to a family reunion a week and a half before Liz Carroll told investigators that Marcus was missing.

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said that her plea in court will not extend Carroll's sentence past the 54 years to life that she is currently serving for murder.

Report: FOX19 News