The Liam Fee murder trial has been adjourned after a member of the jury fell ill.
The eight women and six men retired on Friday to begin considering the charges against the child’s mother Rachel Trelfa (also known as Fee), and her partner Nyomi Fee.
Today (Monday) the case was adjourned late in the afternoon after one juror complained of feeling unwell.
The duo deny the charge of murdering two-year-old Liam at his home near Glenrothes on March 22, 2014.
They also deny attempting to defeat the ends of justice by falsely incriminating another boy for Liam’s death.
Trelfa (31) and Fee (29) are also accused of a catalogue of horrific abuse against the tot and two older boys in their care over a period of two years.
They deny a total of eight charges against them.