The case of a Wiltshire man who is fighting for the right to die is set to continue today (Weds). Tony Nicklinson from Melksham has been paralysed since he had a stroke eight years ago. He wants a doctor to be allowed to lawfully end his life.
His family have been attending the hearing at the High Court in London. It's expected to last till Friday.
The daughters of a Wiltshire man fighting for the right to die have appeared on ITV1's This Morning to support him.
Tony Nicklinson from Melksham is paralysed by locked-in syndrome. His case for assisted suicide is being heard at the High Court this week