Prosecutors have begun an appeal hearing on whether Oscar Pistorius should be convicted of murder instead of guilty murder.
Oscar Pistorius, 28, was released from prison last month after serving a year in a five-year term for the murder of his girlfriend, Rieva Steenkamp.
Paralympic champion shot Riva Stenkamp through a locked bathroom door in 2013, but insists he considers her an intruder.
Oscar Pistorius could be returned to prison if appeals judges overturn the original sentence.
He is currently under house arrest and is not attending the hearing in the Supreme Court of Appeal of South Africa in Bloemfontein.
The production is broadcast live on television.
Attorney General Gary Nell outlines the state’s sentencing case to be commuted to manslaughter or manslaughter.
The indictment alleges that Judge Tocosile Masipa misapplied the murder law. He claims that Oscar Pistorius should have foreseen the outcome of his actions, namely that shooting four times through a closed bathroom door would have resulted in the death of a person.
Oscar Pistorius said he believed there was an intruder in the house and that Rieva Steenkamp was in the bedroom.
The prosecution will claim that who was behind the bathroom door is irrelevant and that Oscar Pistorius intended to kill.
The final decision will not be known for several weeks, the reports said.
Oscar Pistorius was found guilty of killing his 29-year-old girlfriend during a trial in October 2014.
Reeva Stenkamp’s relatives said they thought Oscar Pistorius was “coming down lightly.”
The double amputee was released from prison on October 19. Under South African law, Oscar Pistorius had the right to be released under “correctional supervision” after serving his sixth sentence.
Oscar Pistorius’ family has said he will adhere strictly to parole in his uncle’s luxury home in Pretoria.