From left, Wake Sheriff’s Deputy T.V. Edwards prepares to escort Jonathan Broyhill out of court Thursday after Broyhill was sentened to life in prison in the murder of Jamie K. Hahn in April 2013. Defense attorney Caroline Elliot stands at right.
From left, Wake Sheriff’s Deputy T.V. Edwards prepares to escort Jonathan Broyhill out of court Thursday after Broyhill was sentened to life in prison in the murder of Jamie K. Hahn in April 2013. Defense attorney Caroline Elliot stands at right. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
From left, Wake Sheriff’s Deputy T.V. Edwards prepares to escort Jonathan Broyhill out of court Thursday after Broyhill was sentened to life in prison in the murder of Jamie K. Hahn in April 2013. Defense attorney Caroline Elliot stands at right. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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