Murder defendant Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, sits quietly in Durham Criminal Superior Court for his Monday, April 6, 2015, death penalty hearing. Hudson found that the Hicks case, in which Hicks is charged in the shooting deaths of three Muslim college students at Finley Forest residential complex in Chapel Hill in February 2015 eligible for the death penalty.
Murder defendant Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, sits quietly in Durham Criminal Superior Court for his Monday, April 6, 2015, death penalty hearing. Hudson found that the Hicks case, in which Hicks is charged in the shooting deaths of three Muslim college students at Finley Forest residential complex in Chapel Hill in February 2015 eligible for the death penalty. HARRY LYNCH hlynch@newsobserver.com
Murder defendant Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, sits quietly in Durham Criminal Superior Court for his Monday, April 6, 2015, death penalty hearing. Hudson found that the Hicks case, in which Hicks is charged in the shooting deaths of three Muslim college students at Finley Forest residential complex in Chapel Hill in February 2015 eligible for the death penalty. HARRY LYNCH hlynch@newsobserver.com

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