Lufkin, Texas — Jury selection in the case of a former Lufkin dialysis nurse accused of capital murder in the deaths of five patients is now set for Jan. 23.
Former DaVita Dialysis nurse Kimberly Saenz was set for a September jury trial, but it was put on hold after her defense team of Lufkin attorney Ryan Deaton and Conroe attorney Stephen Taylor filed a motion of continuance a few weeks ago.
Jury selection is expected to take a month, with each juror selected individually since the death penalty has been put into play, according to Deaton. The trial will begin the week after jury selection is complete.
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