Murder defendant Jonathan Broyhill, center, confers with his defense attorneys Caroline Elliott, left, and Joseph Arbour, right, during a break in late afternoon testimony in Wake Superior Court Friday, March 6, 2015. Friday is the third day of testimony in Broyhill's murder trial for the April 2013 slaying of Jamie Hahn and attempted murder of her husband Nation Hahn.
Murder defendant Jonathan Broyhill, center, confers with his defense attorneys Caroline Elliott, left, and Joseph Arbour, right, during a break in late afternoon testimony in Wake Superior Court Friday, March 6, 2015. Friday is the third day of testimony in Broyhill's murder trial for the April 2013 slaying of Jamie Hahn and attempted murder of her husband Nation Hahn. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Murder defendant Jonathan Broyhill, center, confers with his defense attorneys Caroline Elliott, left, and Joseph Arbour, right, during a break in late afternoon testimony in Wake Superior Court Friday, March 6, 2015. Friday is the third day of testimony in Broyhill's murder trial for the April 2013 slaying of Jamie Hahn and attempted murder of her husband Nation Hahn. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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