Raleigh Police Detective Zeke Morse shows the jury the knife that was used in the crime during Jonathan Broyhill's trial in a Wake County courtroom in Raleigh on Monday. Broyhill is accused of murdering Jamie Hahn and attacking her husband Nation Hahn in 2013.
Raleigh Police Detective Zeke Morse shows the jury the knife that was used in the crime during Jonathan Broyhill's trial in a Wake County courtroom in Raleigh on Monday. Broyhill is accused of murdering Jamie Hahn and attacking her husband Nation Hahn in 2013. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Raleigh Police Detective Zeke Morse shows the jury the knife that was used in the crime during Jonathan Broyhill's trial in a Wake County courtroom in Raleigh on Monday. Broyhill is accused of murdering Jamie Hahn and attacking her husband Nation Hahn in 2013. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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