The Latest on the trial of a Colorado woman who cut an unborn baby from another woman's womb: (all times local):

10:35 a.m.

Jurors have convicted a Colorado woman of cutting a stranger's baby from her womb in a gruesome case that reignited the debate over the legal rights of fetuses.

The jury found Dynel Lane guilty of attempted first-degree murder, assault and unlawful termination of a pregnancy in last year's attack. Prosecutors say Lane went to great lengths to convince others she was expecting a baby before luring Michelle Wilkins to her home with a Craigslist ad for maternity clothes.

She then hit and choked Wilkins before using two kitchen knives to cut out the unborn girl.

Wilkins, who was 7 1/2 months pregnant, survived, but her baby died.

Prosecutors say they couldn't charge Lane with murder because a coroner found no evidence the fetus lived outside the womb.

That prompted Republican legislation that would've allowed murder charges for killing a fetus, but Democrats rejected it.

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10:15 a.m.

Jurors have reached a verdict in the trial of a Colorado woman who cut an unborn baby from another woman's womb.

The jury reached a decision on the fate of Dynel Lane Tuesday morning after a total of about seven hours of deliberations.

It's expected to be announced at 10:30 a.m.

In closing arguments, defense attorney Kate Herold told jurors that Lane attacked Michelle Wilkins on impulse last March and didn't plan to kill her.

However, District Attorney Stan Garnett says Lane was careful and deliberate enough to switch to using a second knife to remove the baby.

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9 a.m.

Jurors have resumed deliberations in the trial of a Colorado woman who cut an unborn baby from another woman's womb.

The jury deliberated the fate of Dynel Lane for about six hours Monday before reconvening Tuesday.

In closing arguments, defense attorney Kate Herold told jurors that Lane attacked Michelle Wilkins on impulse last March and didn't plan to kill her.

However, District Attorney Stan Garnett says Lane was careful and deliberate enough to switch to using a second knife to remove the baby.

Lane is charged with attempted first-degree murder, assault and unlawful termination of a pregnancy.

She wasn't charged with murder in the death of the baby. Colorado lawmakers have rejected proposals to make the violent death of a fetus a homicide for fear such a law would be used to restrict abortions.