The jury in the inquest into the deaths of a pregnant mother, her ex-partner and their son found stabbed to death in Derbyshire are today expected to retire to begin their deliberations.
Rachael Slack, Andrew Cairns and two-year-old Auden were all found with multiple stab wounds at Miss Slack's cottage in Holbrook in June 2010.
The inquest jury have heard five weeks of evidence covering the day of the tragedy and police contact with Andrew Cairns in the days leading up to it. They have also been told about Mr Cairns' history of psychiatric problems and his care by mental health services in Derbyshire.
The coroner will today give the jury directions on the verdicts they can reach before sending them out.
A Coroner's report has made recommendations after an inquest found Rachael Slack and her son were unlawfully killed by her former partner.
A timeline of the events surrounding the stabbing of Rachael Slack, Andrew Cairns and their two-year old son, Auden.
The inquest on a mentally ill patient found stabbed to death with his ex-partner and their son in Derbyshire will hear further evidence.