No. 6926SC216.

167 S.E.2d 37 (1969)

4 N.C. App. 513

STATE of North Carolina v. Willie Eugene ALEXANDER.

Court of Appeals of North Carolina.

April 30, 1969.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Robert Morgan, Atty. Gen., by T. Buie Costen, Raleigh, Staff Attorney, for the State.

Nivens & Brown, by Calvin L. Brown, Charlotte, for defendant.

BROCK, Judge.

During the course of the trial the arresting officer was examined in the absence of the jury concerning probable cause for his arrest of defendant without a warrant. Upon this voir dire considerable testimony was admitted which was appropriate for the purposes for which admitted; and this evidence on voir dire was properly not allowed before the jury. Nevertheless, the trial judge, in his charge to the jury, inadvertently reviewed this...

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