The judge presiding over the Scott Guy murder trial will sum up today.
After four weeks the defence and prosecution presented closing addresses late last week at the High Court at Wellington.
Crown prosecutor Ben Vanderkolk urged the jury to use their common sense to find Ewen Macdonald guilty of shooting his brother in law dead two years ago.
He told the court the evidence throughout the trial had proved that beyond reasonable doubt.
But Macdonald's defence counsel Greg King argued the Crown had presented numerous assumptions and allegations but very little evidence against Macdonald.
Justice Simon France will begin his summing up when court resumes at 10am this morning.
Photo: Ewen Macdonald (NZ Herald)