The jury in the trial of two teenage boys for the murder of 14-year-old Ana Kriégel has been sent home for the weekend and will resume its deliberations on Monday morning.
The two boys deny murdering the schoolgirl at a derelict house in Lucan on 14 May last year.
The first accused boy also denies aggravated sexual assault.
This morning, the jurors asked to see again seven of the eight interviews carried out by gardaí with Boy B during his two arrests in May and July last year.
These interviews, lasting more than 16 hours, were shown to the jurors during the trial.
Before they left court today, they asked the judge if it would be possible to get a larger screen on which to watch these videos when they resume.
Mr Justice McDermott said he would address that on Monday.
The jury has now been deliberating for more than seven hours.