White was originally indicted with her boyfriend at the time, Michael Schullerman, but about two months ago Schullerman pleaded guilty to about a dozen charges — not the murder counts — and was sentenced to 20 years in prison on a racketeering charge.
White also was found guilty of that racketeering count for a scheme that, in part, involved not telling the Social Security Adminstration that the boy had died in order to continue getting benefits.
Though she showed emotion during the opening statements and closing arguments in the case, White did not testify on her own behalf.
The jury began deliberating the case on Thursday.
Isaza said White’s sentencing date has not been set.