A woman convicted of causing a deadly crash with cocaine in her system may walk out of her prison cell nine years early. Fifty-two-year old, Marcia Noll was convicted of two counts of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of second degree attempted assault for the accident. Surviving family members who say shortening the sentence would make them victims all over again. Heather Emberry looks at a picture of her four-year-old daughter dressed in pink stretching her arms as far as they can go. Emberry says Ka-Milah is showing her how much she loved her. It`s one of Emberry`s favorite pictures of her daughter before she died. Emberry then looks at a picture of her mom. She said, "My mother could get anybody to do anything she wanted. If she couldn`t win you over with her words she`d bake for you." Those memories, pictures are all Emberry has left of her mother and daughter who died in this crash in April of last year. Emberry said, "My mom was trapped under the seat because it broke almost in half. My daughter`s seat belt didn`t work correctly and her car seat was broken from the force." Marcia Noll, who had cocaine in her system, caused the crash and like many moms Emberry wanted her family`s killer to suffer. She said, "They`re dead. I`m serving a life sentence for the rest of my life because I can`t get them back." Last August she had to settle for the maximum penalty for involuntary manslaughter, 10 years. Emberry said, "In 10 years do I get my daughter back in? In 10 years do I get my mother back, No." Eventually 10 years started to feel like a number she could live with but then she got a phone call she wasn`t expecting. The woman she thought would be behind bars for 10 years is already up for parole. Which means if Noll is released she would have served only a little over one year. Noll is up for parole because she is a non-violent first time offender with good behavior. Words Emberry says don`t describe Noll. Emberry said, "There`s not a good behavior she could do. The accident was not a mistake. She chose to get behind the wheel after drinking and taking drugs." Emberry says an early release would send the wrong message. "If they let her out they`re telling everyone including her that you can kill a 53 year old woman and a four year old child and serve only 10 months." Emberry says she sees the accident`s endless effects in her six year old son Alexander. Emberry said, "My son has survivor`s guilt he thinks it`s not fair that he lived and they died." She`ll tell her son`s tragic tale and more at next month`s parole hearing. She`ll bring pictures and as many letters protesting Noll`s release as she can on June 16. Emberry said, "There`s somebody out their drinking and driving right now. What if it`s your family that`s next would you want me to write a letter for you?" Emberry says her son has celebrated his birthday with his younger sister ever since she was born. This summer won`t be any different Alexander requested a party for both him and his sister at World`s of Fun.