The prosecution has claimed a woman and her husband accused of murdering her parents 16 years ago lied to their family to "fund their own lifestyle".
ITV News Correspondent Ben Chapman reports from the court:
Prosecution: £40,000 was taken from them & never traced. Accusation is it all "went into the pockets of the defendants."
Prosecution: for 15 years, "they lied to family, neighbours, doctors & financial institutions" to convince people victims were still alive.
Prosecution: purpose was to "fund their own lifestyle and help solve their own financial problems."
More top news
The alleged hacking follows reports of similar attacks on other Democratic organisations, amid fears of state-sponsored hacking.
One lucky ticket holder based in the UK has won a cool £61 million jackpot in the EuroMillions lottery game.
A crowdfunding campaign has been set up to raise money needed for a legal battle to bring home Michael Sandford.