DaVita case on hold for now
Defense attorney's file continuance
Lufkin — The Lufkin Daily News is reporting; a Lufkin nurse on trial for capital murder gets a reprive from facing a jury of her peers, for now.
Kimberly Saenz, a former nurse for DaVita Dialysis stands accused in the death of five patients.
Saenz attorney's filed a motion of continuance. State District Judge Barry Bryan granted the motion in a hearing last week.
To read more on the case, head to The Lufkin Daily News website; http://lufkindailynews.com/news/local/article_815f1b10-c09c-11e0-bf63-001cc4c002e0.html