On Wednesday, the mother of three children who died in a house fire late last year will appear in court.
35-year-old Rhiannon White is expected to be back in court for sentencing on drug charges.
Back in August, White admitted that she used meth in the days leading up to the deadly fire just before Christmas. Tests in the emergency room following the fire found White had meth, marijuana and ecstasy in her system.
White is facing ten years in prison for having the drugs in her system on the morning of December 22, 2012 when her children died in a house fire.
During a plea hearing in August, Deputy States Attorney Tom Hensley says a man involved in a federal drug investigation told agents that he and White used meth just hours before the fire.
Hensley says White also used meth with the man just two days before the blaze and was staying with him in a hotel during the week leading up to the fire.
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