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P. v. Hall
Defendant Blair Christopher Hall was charged with the first degree murder of his wife of 29 years, Cristi Hall. (Pen. Code, § 187, subd. (a).) After a jury deadlocked eight to four in favor of conviction and a mistrial was declared, a second jury found defendant guilty of the murder, and the trial court sentenced defendant to 25 years to life in prison. On this appeal, defendant essentially raises four claims of evidentiary error and further claims that the evidentiary errors were both individually and cumulatively prejudicial. We conclude that all of the challenged evidence was properly admitted, and affirm the judgment.
Defendant has petitioned for a writ of habeas corpus in case No. E056812. We ordered the writ petition considered with this appeal. By separate order, we summarily deny the writ petition.

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