Mr Crilley, who was charged with culpable homicide and went through a Trial at the High Court in Glasgow, has had his charge found not proven by the jury. The Crown argued that Mr Crilley was guilty of this offence for not assisting his injured wife as she lay on their Livingroom floor for weeks and as a result she suffered at his hands. It was argued that his wife would have survived if medical attention was sought. The accused argued that he knew his wife had a fear of hospitals and begged him not to phone for an ambulance. No further action will be taken against Mr Crilley.