THE JAYDE POOLE TRIAL - Day 1
July 16: A Supreme Court jury has been asked to decide whether a Bendigo mother whose baby daughter died after being left in a hot car was criminally negligent.
Jayde Poole, 29, was charged with the manslaughter of her five-month-old daughter Bella, who died from heatstroke on a hot evening in December, 2012.
THE JAYDE POOLE TRIAL - Day 2
July 17: Tears flowed in Bendigo's Supreme Court this morning as relatives of five-month-old Bella Poole recounted the night she died.
THE JAYDE POOLE TRIAL - Day 3
July 18: A police officer who was first on scene after baby Bella Poole was reported missing has told a Supreme Court jury how he tried to save the little girl's life.
THE JAYDE POOLE TRIAL - Day 4
July 21: The Supreme Court hears from the prosecution's final witness - Bendigo police officer and Poole's cousin Senior Constable Rachel Colliver.
THE JAYDE POOLE TRIAL - Day 5
July 23: Jayde Poole's lawyer urges the jury not to label his client a "child killer".
Court hears expert evidence from researcher in "forgotten child syndrome" and closing addresses from the defence and prosecution.
THE JAYDE POOLE TRIAL - Day 6
July 24: The six-man and six-woman Supreme Court jury retire to deliberate.
About two-and-a-half hours later they return to deliver a not guilty verdict.