Murder defendant Jonathan Broyhill, left, whispers to defense attorney Caroline Elliott during a break in the tenth day of witness testimony Tuesday. After the defense finished witness testimony with no prosecution rebuttal, Judge Ridgeway recessed the trial for the day. Closing arguments in the Jonathan Broyhill murder trial will begin Wednesday. Broyhill, 33, is charged in the slaying of Jamie K. Hahn and the attempted murder of her husband Nation Hahn in April, 2013.
Murder defendant Jonathan Broyhill, left, whispers to defense attorney Caroline Elliott during a break in the tenth day of witness testimony Tuesday. After the defense finished witness testimony with no prosecution rebuttal, Judge Ridgeway recessed the trial for the day. Closing arguments in the Jonathan Broyhill murder trial will begin Wednesday. Broyhill, 33, is charged in the slaying of Jamie K. Hahn and the attempted murder of her husband Nation Hahn in April, 2013. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Murder defendant Jonathan Broyhill, left, whispers to defense attorney Caroline Elliott during a break in the tenth day of witness testimony Tuesday. After the defense finished witness testimony with no prosecution rebuttal, Judge Ridgeway recessed the trial for the day. Closing arguments in the Jonathan Broyhill murder trial will begin Wednesday. Broyhill, 33, is charged in the slaying of Jamie K. Hahn and the attempted murder of her husband Nation Hahn in April, 2013. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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