Defendant Jonathan Broyhill, foreground, enters the courtroom following a break in his trial in a Wake County courtroom on March 4, 2015. He is accused of killing Jamie Kirk Hahn, a rising star among Democratic strategists and fundraisers and attempting to kill her husband and his childhood friend, Nation Hahn. Both sides made their opening statements and witnesses began testifying on Wednesday.
Defendant Jonathan Broyhill, foreground, enters the courtroom following a break in his trial in a Wake County courtroom on March 4, 2015. He is accused of killing Jamie Kirk Hahn, a rising star among Democratic strategists and fundraisers and attempting to kill her husband and his childhood friend, Nation Hahn. Both sides made their opening statements and witnesses began testifying on Wednesday. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Defendant Jonathan Broyhill, foreground, enters the courtroom following a break in his trial in a Wake County courtroom on March 4, 2015. He is accused of killing Jamie Kirk Hahn, a rising star among Democratic strategists and fundraisers and attempting to kill her husband and his childhood friend, Nation Hahn. Both sides made their opening statements and witnesses began testifying on Wednesday. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Defense: Jonathan Broyhill only planned to kill himself, not Jamie Hahn

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