Matthew de Grood is expected to learn his fate today in his first-degree murder trial in Calgary.
The 24 year old admits to stabbing five young people to death at a Brentwood house party two years ago.
Both the defence and the Crown agree he was suffering from a mental disorder at the time, and believe he should be found not-criminally responsible.
Court heard from psychiatrists who testified that he was suffering from schizophrenia.
Lawrence Hong, Joshua Hunter, Kaiti Perras, Zachariah Rathwell, and Jordan Segura were attending an end-of-school-year house party when they were slain.
Final arguments in the murder trial wrapped up Tuesday.