The jury in the trial of a Mayo man accused of killing his baby son is expected to begin considering its verdict on Thursday.
40-year-old John Tighe of Lavallyroe in Ballyhaunis denies murdering six-month-old Joshua by placing two tissues in his mouth.
Baby Joshua choked to death on a wad of two tissues at his father's home in June 2013.
It is the prosecution's case that his dad, John Tighe, placed the tissues in his mouth and says a baby could not form, chew or swallow a wad of that size.
But John Tighe says what happened was an accident - and the baby must have put the tissues in his mouth himself while he left him unattended for a few minutes to go to the bathroom.
The jurors have three verdicts open to them: guilty of murder, guilty of manslaughter or not guilty.
The judge is due to finish charging the jury in the morning and it will then begin considering its verdict.