The jury in the Warriena Wright murder case has not heard from the accused killer Gable Tostee, and his defence team have also chosen not to call any witnesses.
Tostee is charged with murdering the 26-year-old in the early hours of August 8, 2014.
With all the evidence now heard, each side summed up their cases earlier on Friday, with the judge now preparing to sum up.
During the prosecution's summing up of the case, the jury was played a portion of an audio recording that featured Ms Wright screaming "No" and "Leave me alone" repeatedly.
Tostee appeared to be in clear discomfort at hearing the audio - particularly in a section that has him saying "You've worn out your welcome … you're not my kind of girl" to Ms Wright.
The full recording, which Tostee secretly made the night they met after a Tinder hook up, also shows Tostee verbally abusing her and threatening her life.
"You're lucky I haven't thrown you off the balcony you goddamn psycho little b****. Who the f*** do you think you are?" he's heard saying.
After playing the audio, the prosecution said "no description of his can convey her terror", and claimed Ms Wright's panic speaks more powerfully than the Crown ever could.
In closing, the Defence referred to it as a first date that went horribly wrong, and said Ms Wright was "increasingly drunk" and "increasingly erratic".
They claimed Ms Wright had been portrayed as an innocent victim and Tostee as the Tinder killer, but said in reality, they're both just people with flaws.
They said Ms Wright's death was a "desperate tragedy", but denied Tostee was guilty of murder or manslaughter.
The latest development follows the release of audio of Ms Wright's final moments, which was criticised heavily by her family.