A former nurse with a long criminal history received a 99-year prison sentence Friday for killing a former patient with a fatal dose of insulin.

A 12-member jury took 35 minutes to sentence Jeanine Hannah, 55, after convicting her Wednesday with the murder of 68-year-old Margaret Bradley of McAllen on May 29, 2002.

Jurors listened to several witnesses regarding Hannah’s criminal past, and reviewed court judgments finding her guilty of felonies in Wisconsin, California and Oregon dating back to 1970. Hannah used the names Jeanine Marie Iding when convicted of forgery in Wisconsin, Jeanine Marie Wainwright when convicted of forgery in California, and Jeanine Miata in Oregon, where she was found guilty of theft.