That's all from Holyrood Live on Thursday 6 September 2018.
The issue of victims' rights dominated the chamber in both FMQs and the lunchtime member's debate.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said the relatives of Michael Mosey, who was murdered in his own home, were told of his killer's release on the anniversary of his death.
Conservative MSP Liam Kerr used his member's debate to back the Michelle's Law campaign - named for Michelle Stewart who was murdered by an ex-boyfriend.
During FMQs, Ms Sturgeon said Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf, who recently met Ms Stewart's family, would also be happy to meet relatives of Mr Mosey.
She added: "We're actively considering the Stewart family's proposals, and indeed other calls for improvements, in detail."