The 11 jury members have begun deliberating in the trial of a Christchurch babysitter accused of murdering a one-year-old baby.
Judge Rachel Dunningham spent just under an hour summing up the 10-day trial on Friday morning, before sending the jury to deliberate.
Shayal Upashna Sami is on trial in the High Court at Christchurch for the alleged murder of one-year-old Aaliyah Ashlyn Chand, who the Crown says received fatal head injuries on January 6, 2015, while Sami was babysitting her.
Aaliyah suffered two skull fractures and bruising to her face, and was unresponsive when Sami picked her up and took her to the hospital, with the help of a neighbour.
She died the next day, after being taken off life support.
The Crown argues that Sami inflicted the fatal injuries out of "frustration" and in "a moment of rage".
However, defence lawyer Jonathan Eaton QC told the court it was an unwitnessed fall from the couch, after waking up.
"I want to make it very clear, there was no crime committed here," he told the jury. "There was no murder, no manslaughter, no assault.
"It was an accident, full stop."