The possibility of Pistorius interfering with witnesses is probed. The court hears Pistorius manipulated evidence after accident gunshot incident.
No sign of commotion. The Magistrate and Pistorius have emerged back in court. The hearing resumes.
Court has suddenly been adjourned, due to a 'threat' outside. Pistorius is brought back to his cell.
Magistrate quickly vanished. There is talk of a "threat" outside. He and Pistorius left quickly. The family and reporters are still here.
Pistorius' lawyer says his client was in a "very strong loving relationship", and had no motive to kill. He said Pistorius had no history of violence.
On being a 'flight risk' he added that he is "an icon" and easy to identify.
Pistorius sobs in court. His head is shaking furiously. His brother places his hand on his back to comfort him. He does not respond to his brother's comforting hand. He sits sobbing, slumped in the dock.
Pistorius has been relatively composed until now. I'm sat 10ft behind him and can see his bowed head bobbing up and down as he weeps.
Pistorius' defence lawyers are attempting to dismantle Detective Botha's statement. Saying it was "extremely poor and patently there to bolster the State's case."
Botha was not a credible message. We cannot sit back and take comfort that he is telling us the truth.
There was no possibility that blood on the cricket bat could have played any role other than was proffered.
Police in South Africa confirmed that the lead investigator in the murder case against Oscar Pistorius faces attempted murder charges himself over a 2011 shooting.
Detective Hilton Botha, who gave testimony in the hearing yesterday, has had the charges against him reinstated, according to police.
Prosecutors said they were unaware if the charges against Botha when they put him on the stand. Police spokesman Brigadier Neville Malila said the timing of the charges raise questions and he said he did not know how the prosecution's case will be affected.
There may have been an argument between Oscar and Reeva earlier in the evening, Pistorius' defence lawyer tells the court, but witnesses cannot confirm.
Pistorius' defence say that Reeva is likely to have "frantically locked the door" in response to Oscar Pistorius shooting at an apparent intruder. Roux recalls Botha's evidence. Saying he:
Had a statement from a person who was 600m away, then it was 300m away, now I don't know how far
Oscar Pistorius is still staring down at the ground, as he has done for most of this hearing. He is far more composed than he was yesterday.
"We're going in the right direction," Oscar Pistorius' uncle tells me as he leaves the courtroom for a break.
The hearing at Pretoria Magistrates Court resumed with Pistorius' defence continuing to sum up.
The reality of violent crime, "is not South Africa's best kept secret" says defence lawyer.
Pistorius has claimed that he thought he was firing at intruder.