The fate of Constable James Forcillo now rests in the hands of a jury.
Day one of deliberations ended without a verdict, with the jury retiring at around 5.p.m on Wednesday.
Deliberations are set to resume on Thursday morning.
Forcillo is charged with second-degree murder and attempted murder in the July 2013 death of Sammy Yatim.
The Police officer has pleaded not guilty and his lawyer argued the officer’s actions were justified and carried out in self-defence.
The crown argued that Forcillo’s actions weren’t necessary and they called him a “hothead” and a bully.
Superior Court Justice Edward Then wrapped up his charge to the jury by telling them to keep an open mind to arrive at a just verdict.
The jury has heard that on a night in July 2013, Yatim had taken the drug ecstasy before boarding a streetcar where he pulled out a small knife.
Forcillo arrived on the scene, yelled repeatedly at Yatim to drop the knife, and after a 50-second confrontation fired nine bullets at the teen.