One of the men accused of killing Ancaster father Tim Bosma (pictured) will not testify in his own defence.
A lawyer for Dellen Millard told court on Monday the defence won’t call any evidence.
Millard and his co-accused, Mark Smich, have pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in the death of Bosma.
Thomas Dungey, the lawyer for Mark Smich, has elected to call evidence, which means Smich could testify as early as Wednesday.
The Crown has closed its case in the murder trial after more than three months of presenting evidence.
The Ancaster father and husband disappeared three years ago on May 6, 2013 after taking two strangers for a test drive in his pick-up truck.
The Crown alleges Bosma was shot at point-blank range in his truck and his body later burned in an animal incinerator that police found on Millard’s farm near Waterloo.