Barry Roux, defending for Oscar Pistorius in his sentencing trial, has told the court that Pistorius has already paid physically, emotionally, and socially since he made the decision to fire his gun.
He must "live with this for the rest of his life", he can never resume his career, and will punish himself "far more than any court" can, Roux said.
Barry Roux is arguing that Pistorius should not be given the mandatory sentence of 15 years, due to mitigating circumstances.
The cousin of Reeva Steenkamp has told Oscar Pistorius' sentencing trial that she didn't believe Reeva loved Oscar.
Carl Pistorius has broken his family's silence in an interview with ITV News.
The disgraced athlete should learn his fate by the end of the week - ending years of legal twists and turns.