Defendant Jonathan Broyhill, left, enters Wake Superior Court after a break late Tuesday morning during the 10th day of testimony in the case. Closing arguments in the Jonathan Broyhill murder trial will begin Wednesday. Broyhill, 33, is charged in the slaying of Jamie K. Hahn and the attempted murder of her husband, Nation Hahn, in April 2013.
Defendant Jonathan Broyhill, left, enters Wake Superior Court after a break late Tuesday morning during the 10th day of testimony in the case. Closing arguments in the Jonathan Broyhill murder trial will begin Wednesday. Broyhill, 33, is charged in the slaying of Jamie K. Hahn and the attempted murder of her husband, Nation Hahn, in April 2013. HARRY LYNCH hlynch@newsobserver.com
Defendant Jonathan Broyhill, left, enters Wake Superior Court after a break late Tuesday morning during the 10th day of testimony in the case. Closing arguments in the Jonathan Broyhill murder trial will begin Wednesday. Broyhill, 33, is charged in the slaying of Jamie K. Hahn and the attempted murder of her husband, Nation Hahn, in April 2013. HARRY LYNCH hlynch@newsobserver.com

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