42-year-old Donna Jett will not go to trial in the death of her mother 65-year-old Mary Cross in May of 2011.
Instead, Jett will get 5 years of probation after pleading no contest to an amended charge of tampering with physical evidence modified from abuse of a corpse.
Her plea agreement means that her second degree murder charge was dropped.
Jett's boyfriend Telly Denton was also originally charged with second degree murder, but that charge was dropped and Denton pleaded guilty to abuse of a corpse.
He is sentenced to five years probation.
According to Denton, Jett's mother fell during an argument and her body was put in the trunk of a car where he helped dispose of it in Norphlet Creek.
NBC 10 News tried calling the prosecutor, but we were unable to reach him.