There's been no agreement yet on a plea for a woman accused of killing her mother for insurance money. Twenty-four-year-old Megan Brooks and Paul Estes are accused of helping to suffocate her mother Debroa Brooks to get her life insurance money. Megan Brooks' attorney came to court in Mercer County with a new offer in the plea negotiations, but Commonwealth’s Attorney Richie Bottoms said he wanted to discuss it with Debora Brooks' family, but he felt it would not be accepted. Court information indicates that the case is eligible for the death penalty as Brooks and Estes were pursuing money when Debora Brook was killed. Brooks and Estes have been held in the Boyle County Detention Center under $200,000 cash bonds since they were arrested. The next court date is March 8.