Judge: Would Mr. Pistorius please remain seated. I will tell you when to rise.
Judge: In 2013 the accused stayed in Silver Lakes. The accused slept in the main bedroom with a bathroom and a toilet.
Judge: In which you had to enter the bathroom to the toilet. Although there was a door which led to the toilet.
Judge: The main bedroom had a sliding door that led to the balcony. The main bedroom had blinds and heavy curtains.
Judge: This made the room dark at night.
Judge: On the evening of the 12 February 2013, the accused shared the house with his girlfriend.
Judge: Early hours of the 14 February 2013 the accused fired his weapon through a closed toilet door and killed his girlfriend.
Judge: The accused is charged with discharging of a firearm in a public place.
Judge: The accused is charged with discharging of a firearm through a sunroof of a moving vehicle.
Judge: Count three, the accused is guilty of the offence of contravening the firearms act. In January 2013, at Tasha's restaurant the accused discharged a firearm in a built up environment.
Judge: January 2013, the accused negligently used a firearm in a restaurant and caused damage tot he restaurant floor.
Judge: On or about January 2013, the accused is charged with discharging the firearm. Placing other patrons and staff at Tasha's restaurant.
Judge: The accused is guilty of the offence of contravening the firearms act. Position of ammunition.
Judge: The accused did unlawfully have in his position ammunition without being an holder of a license of the respectful firearm.
Judge: The accused pleaded not guilty to count 1.
Judge: He also pleaded not guilty to count 2 - 4 and other counts.
Judge: The accused was represented by Mr. Roux and his counsel. The state was represented by Mr. Nel and his counsel.
Judge: I was represented by myself and two assessors.
Judge: The accused handed in a plea, explaining what had happened in those early hours of the 14 February 2013.
Judge: "Unbeknown to me Reeva had gone to the bathroom, while I had closed the sliding door leading to the balcony"
Judge: "I believed Reeva was still in bed"
Judge: "I heard noises and fetched my firearm, to approach where the noise was coming from."
Judge: There was no explaination in this plea in terms of count 2 - 4.
Judge: In respect of count 1 made by the accused. The accused also admitted that the gunshot wounds were caused by him.
Judge: Dr. Saayman conducted the post mortem.
Judge: In count 3 the accused admitted that the firearm went off in his hand while at the restaurant.
Judge: In count 1, the states case, was that the accused and the deceased had an argument and the deceased lock herself in the toilet.
Judge: The state called a witness to back up this claim. This witness says she heard a voice shortly after waking.
Judge: Shortly after 3am in the morning she heard what she thought was gunshots.
Judge: Mr. Johnson and Miss. Burger stay in an estate approx. 100m away from the scene also heard noises, that they thought were gunshots.
Judge: Mr. Mngetwa and his wife were immediate neighbors to the accused. They heard a man crying "Help, Help, Help"
Judge: At 3:16am he called security but did not get through. He tried again at 3:16, 33seconds and then did get through.
Judge: Miss. Stander also heard a male voice calling for help, this was 5 minutes before her father Johan Stander awake to the noise.
Judge: The accused denied the allegations that he killed the deceased on purpose.
Judge: The accused claims that he heard a noise and acted in self-defence.
Judge: Ha had believed that the intruder or intruders had gained entry to the house through a open bathroom window.
Judge: He was unaware that the deceased had left the bed to go to the bathroom.
Judge: It is common cause that on 14 February 2014, screams were heard from the accused house. Whilst the accused fired 4 shots while on his stumps.
Judge: The toilet door was locked from the inside. That 3 of the 4 shots struck the deceased.
Judge: The deceased died from multiple gunshot wounds. Also common cause is that soon after the shots were fired, the accused called for help.
Judge: The accused used his cricket bat to break down the toilet door. He was also seen trying to resuscitate the deceased.
Judge: A lot of evidence was lead over two days.