The jury in the trial of a teenager accused of murdering Sean Annandale will hear final summing-up of the evidence from the judge tomorrow.
The jury is then expected to begin deliberations.
Prosecution and defence barristers completed their closing speeches at Bradford Crown Court this morning and Judge Peter Benson is expected to conclude his summing-up of the case in the morning.
Jamal Buckle, 18, is alleged to have murdered 22-year-old Mr Annandale during an early-hours street confrontation in Golcar last August.
Mr Annandale was stabbed four times, including once in the heart, during the incident outside Buckle’s flat in Elmfield Avenue.
The prosecution has alleged that Buckle armed himself with a knife before coming out of his flat, but the teenager has claimed he picked up the weapon from the ground during a fight with Mr Annandale.
Buckle, who was 17 at the time, said he didn’t mean to kill or seriously hurt Mr Annandale when he punched him with the knife still in his hand.
The trial continues.