A federal judge will soon decide whether to delay the implementation of new abortion restrictions across the state.
Testimony in the trial wrapped up Tuesday and U.S District Judge Lee Yeakel heard closing arguments on Wednesday.
Abortion rights activists are suing the state, saying controversial abortion legislation passed during a special session over the summer is unconstitutional.
Lawyers for the defense maintain it is within the state's interest to protect the health of women and fetal life.
Both parties will get a chance to make their final cases to the judge Wednesday morning during closing arguments.
If the law goes into effect as planned, doctors who perform abortions will be required to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. The way abortion inducing drugs are administered is also set to change.