3 She failed to show up this morning ... to be sentenced in her daughter's death ... The judge issued a warrant for the woman's arrest and revoked her bond. But then ... a change of heart... The state attorney's office says Tara Carter was LATE... She pleaded guilty to child neglect in the 2011 death of her 4 month old daughter. Investigators say she removed the baby's oxygen tube and now faces a maximum of 15 years in prison. Channel 4's Kumasi Aaron joins us LIVE with more on what's next for Carter ... Kumasi? 3 3 3 We don't know why Carter was late to her hearing today.She wasn't arrested though and next week she'll go before the judge to be sentenced, more than three years after her daughters death. 3 0-405-1522-2645-50TARA CARTER/MOTHER.áááJANUARY 2011ááá 00:01:56-0209 When you lose somebody the thing that gets you through it is to cling to what you have. 0203 you know to live for what you have. I don't have anything. That was Tara Carter in 2011, just days after her 4 month old daughter Sandra died. Investigators say the premature baby didn't have enough oxygen.Carter said she removed it do give Sandra a bath, something doctors told her was okay.But doctors told the Department of Children and Families the mask should have never been taken off.TARA CARTER/MOTHER.áááJANUARY 2011ááá 00:02:22-28 I was giving her CPR right there giving her CPR looking for my phoneMonths later prosecutors charged Carter with Manslaughter, but in August she pleadED guilty to a lesser charge, child neglect with great bodily harm.She was supposed to be sentenced Friday morning but wasn't there, something Professor Sullivan at Florida Coastal School of Law says has consequences.ROD SULLIVAN/FLORI DA COASTAL SCHOOL OF LAW 06:07:09-20 In Florida failure to appear at a sentencing for a Felony is a very serious matter because it's another felony.16 and it could be an additional 5 years on your prison sentence.But the State Attorneys office says Carter arrived late and the court decided to recall the warrant and restore her bond.Although this turned out not to be a case of fleeing, Sullivan says it's always a risk.ROD SULLIVAN/FLORIDA COASTAL SCHOOL OF LAW 06:08:00-13 Any time anybody is facing a serious criminal sentence like this you have to wonder whether or not they're going to flee rather than face the charges. 08 I think that's a risk that we take every time we grant somebody the opportunity to be released on a bond. 3 Carter will be sentenced here at the Duval County Jail.That is now scheduled for next Tuesday, Feveuary 4th.