(WDEF) The jury in the Bradley County trial of Tasha Bates Moses finds her guilty of first degree murder in the death of her two sons, River and Leland.
She faces a life sentence with the possibility of parole.
The mother also faced drug charges and admitted on the stand to using methamphetamine two days before her sons died.
The jury found Bates not guilty of initiation of the manufacturing of methamphetamine but guilty of facilitation.
Tasha Bates' sister ran out of the courtroom in tears after hearing the possible sentence.
Bates herself cried softly as family members sobbed in the courtroom Thursday night.
The sentencing hearing has been set for November 25th.