Kimberly Saenz

Kimberly Saenz, center, exits the Angelina County Courthouse last week with her attorney Ryan Deaton. Saenz, on trial for capital murder, is accused of knowingly injecting bleach-filled syringes into 10 dialysis patients, resulting in the deaths of at least five.

As of Tuesday afternoon, the jury had heard all of the evidence in Kimberly Saenz’s capital murder case.

If convicted, the 38-year-old former DaVita Dialysis nurse faces the death penalty or life in prison unless the jury feels her defense attorney, Ryan Deaton, has raised reasonable doubt of her guilt. She is charged with killing five DaVita patients and injuring five others by injecting their dialysis lines with bleach.