- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 10, 2014

SEATTLE (AP) - A King County Superior Court jury started deliberating Wednesday in the murder trial of a man accused of a shooting at a Seattle intersection.

The lawyer for 32-year-old Dinh Bowman says Bowman fired in self defense after Yancy Noll threw a wine bottle into his convertible and hit him in the head.

Attorney John Henry Browne told jurors it was road rage - not premeditated - so they must acquit Bowman of the first-degree murder charge.

Senior King County Deputy Prosecutor Kristin Richardson told the jury Bowman was a student of murder who read manuals on how to kill and avoid capture.

The 43-year-old Noll worked as a wine steward and was killed in August 2012 as he drove home. Shots were fired from a car that sped away.

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