From left, Broyhill defense investigator Steve Hale and defendant Jonathan Broyhill look over the shoulder of defense attorney Caroline Elliott on Friday morning during Broyhill’s trial for the slaying of Jamie Hahn. The trial will continue Monday.
From left, Broyhill defense investigator Steve Hale and defendant Jonathan Broyhill look over the shoulder of defense attorney Caroline Elliott on Friday morning during Broyhill’s trial for the slaying of Jamie Hahn. The trial will continue Monday. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
From left, Broyhill defense investigator Steve Hale and defendant Jonathan Broyhill look over the shoulder of defense attorney Caroline Elliott on Friday morning during Broyhill’s trial for the slaying of Jamie Hahn. The trial will continue Monday. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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