As the country mourns the death of clerk Andrea Bharatt, today her final rites will be heard, citizens have lined the sidewalks outside the Arima Magistrates' Court awaiting the funeral procession for the murdered court clerk who left work there on January 29, and never returned. As part of the funeral itinerary, Andrea's body will be taken from her home in Arima where her father Randolph Bharatt, friends and family are gathered at Arima Old Road. The procession will leave the court house and make its way to the Faith Assembly Church in Arima for the funeral service followed by a rally around the Queens Park Savannah to the Red House in Port of Spain.

Express photographers CURTIS CHASE AND JERMAINE CRUICKSHANK are at these locations and captured these images.