Jonathan Broyhill, center, confers with his legal team as his trial begins in a Wake County courtroom in Raleigh on Monday. Wake County Public Defenders Caroline Elliot is at left, Joseph Arbour is at right. Broyhill is accused of fatally stabbing Jamie Hahn, the Democratic strategist whose company was working for U.S. Congressman Brad Miller. Broyhill has pleaded not guilty to the first-degree murder charge and attempted murder charge accusing him of stabbing Nation Hahn, Jamie’s husband.
Jonathan Broyhill, center, confers with his legal team as his trial begins in a Wake County courtroom in Raleigh on Monday. Wake County Public Defenders Caroline Elliot is at left, Joseph Arbour is at right. Broyhill is accused of fatally stabbing Jamie Hahn, the Democratic strategist whose company was working for U.S. Congressman Brad Miller. Broyhill has pleaded not guilty to the first-degree murder charge and attempted murder charge accusing him of stabbing Nation Hahn, Jamie’s husband. cseward@newsobserver.com
Jonathan Broyhill, center, confers with his legal team as his trial begins in a Wake County courtroom in Raleigh on Monday. Wake County Public Defenders Caroline Elliot is at left, Joseph Arbour is at right. Broyhill is accused of fatally stabbing Jamie Hahn, the Democratic strategist whose company was working for U.S. Congressman Brad Miller. Broyhill has pleaded not guilty to the first-degree murder charge and attempted murder charge accusing him of stabbing Nation Hahn, Jamie’s husband. cseward@newsobserver.com

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