Aleisha Block will know whether she stays in custody or tastes the free air at around 3:30pm Tuesday. Her defense attorneys Sharon Sabourin and Marcel Labelle, wrapped up their case today and Judge Robert Riopelle asked for most of the day tomorrow to deliberate the judgement. Block is is in the midst of a bail hearing that will determine where she'll be staying until her trial on the charge of second degree murder. The 24-year-old Block, a Kirkland Lake native is stands accused of fatally stabbing her boyfriend and fiance 27-year-old Christopher Deighton in the chest on August 18th at their residence on Birch Street South. A publication ban remains in place, meaning any testimony heard in court can't be published or broadcast by any means.
Aleisha Block is set to return to court this morning for the defense to present its case in her bail hearing. The Crown attorney, Rob Parsons will be allowed one last chance to call for more testimony before Justice Robert Riopelle moves on. Block had been remanded to custody since Tuesday. She is facing a charge of second degree murder in the death of her boyfriend 27-year-old Christopher Deighton. Deighton died from a stab wound to the chest at their shared residence on Birch Street South on August 18th.