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Testimony begins in Dean Brown double-murder trial

In this photo taken through a small garage window, Dean Brown (R), 18, exits a police vehicle in the Belleville Provincial courthouse garage, and awaits his first in-court appearance on Monday, March 15, 2010.

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It's expected to be an emotional day as testimony begins at the Dean Brown double-murder trial in Picton, Ont.

The final two members of the jury were chosen Wednesday.

The first person to take the stand today will be Shannon Hannah, who was allegedly shot by Mr. Brown in her home near Mountainview in March of last year.

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The 19-year-old Belleville man is also charged with the first-degree murders of 46-year-old Tracy Hannah and 14-year-old Whitney Hannah, Shannon's mother and younger sister.

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