The key witness in the murder conspiracy trial of three Cranbrook men is scheduled to testify for an eighth, and final day Monday in B.C. Supreme Court.
Garry Shank, a lifelong criminal, signed on as an RCMP agent to gather evidence against Lonnie Adams, Lorne Carry and Colin Correia.
On Friday, dance music was heard in the courtroom from a recording in a Cranbrook bar, providing details of conversation between Shank and Carry. Fourteen jurors followed along with a transcript.
Recordings from the wire worn by Shank in early 2010 during the investigation were played in court throughout the week, providing details of scenarios set up by police.
Justice Dev Dley told jurors that Monday is expected to be the final day of examination in chief of Shank by Crown prosecutors.
The court will return Wednesday, the start of what is expected to be a lengthy cross-examination of Shank by defence lawyers.