After five weeks of testimony and evidence, the jury has begun delierating the fate of the man accused of killing Billy Mason.
Jeremy Hall is accused of kidnapping and killing Mason in 2006, and then burning his remains.
Justice Thomas Lofchik finished his charge to the jury this morning and told the panel of eight women and four men that their only choice is to find Hall guilty or not guilty of first degree murder.
Their decision must also be unanimous.
Justice Lofchik also told members of the jury to look at Jason Lusted's evidence with the "greatest of care and caution."
Lusted, the Crown's key witness, says he was there when Hall shot and burned Mason's remains.
The defence says Lusted can't be trusted because he lied about his involvement on numerous occassions. The Crown says Lusted didn't know Billy and was targeted by Hall because he knew too much about his killing.
Lusted is curently serving a prision sentence for being an accessory to murder.