The two suspects accused of injecting Fix-a-Flat, cement and superglue into women's buttocks appeared in court Thursday with their lawyers and announced they had not reached a plea agreement.
The duo were arrested in November after a woman came forward claiming Morris had injected her legs and buttocks with the toxic substance, causing her to become ill.
Morris' lawyer Michael Mirer told the judge he expected there would be 30 to 40 witnesses.
"I am being accused for something I had nothing to do with," Eubank told NBC Miami. "A lie sent me to jail."
Mirer also maintained his client's innocence.
"The only thing I can tell you is that my client is looking forward to her day in court," Mirer said. "We're looking forward to her trial date and her exoneration."
When asked if there were any additional charges pending, Mirer would not comment.
"It looks like we're going to be going to trial to have our day in court so Mr. Eubank can prove his innocence," said Eubank's lawyer Jim Lewis.
Lewis said that prosecutors are looking at a sentence in excess of four years in prison.
Eubank and Morris are scheduled to return to court in April.