Dr. Lauren Scott, a forensic pathologist for the Chief Medical Examiner’s office in Raleigh, testifies Monday as to the cutting wounds found upon the hand and arm of Jamie Hahn during Scott’s autopsy of Hahn in April 2013. Scott was the first witness on the fourth day of testimony in Jonathan Broyhill’s trial. Broyhill is accused of killing is charged in the murder of Jamie K. Hahn and attempting to kill her husband, Nation Hahn, in April 2013. Scott’s opinion is that Jamie Hahn died of multiple stab wounds from the attack.
Dr. Lauren Scott, a forensic pathologist for the Chief Medical Examiner’s office in Raleigh, testifies Monday as to the cutting wounds found upon the hand and arm of Jamie Hahn during Scott’s autopsy of Hahn in April 2013. Scott was the first witness on the fourth day of testimony in Jonathan Broyhill’s trial. Broyhill is accused of killing is charged in the murder of Jamie K. Hahn and attempting to kill her husband, Nation Hahn, in April 2013. Scott’s opinion is that Jamie Hahn died of multiple stab wounds from the attack. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Dr. Lauren Scott, a forensic pathologist for the Chief Medical Examiner’s office in Raleigh, testifies Monday as to the cutting wounds found upon the hand and arm of Jamie Hahn during Scott’s autopsy of Hahn in April 2013. Scott was the first witness on the fourth day of testimony in Jonathan Broyhill’s trial. Broyhill is accused of killing is charged in the murder of Jamie K. Hahn and attempting to kill her husband, Nation Hahn, in April 2013. Scott’s opinion is that Jamie Hahn died of multiple stab wounds from the attack. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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