No. 18.

167 S.E.2d 274 (1969)

275 N.C. 264

STATE of North Carolina v. Charles E. JOHNSON, alias Charles E. Jones, and Herman Nathaniel McCoy.

Supreme Court of North Carolina.

May 14, 1969.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Atty. Gen. T. W. Bruton, by Deputy Atty. Gen. Ralph Moody, for the State.

Cleveland P. Cherry, Rocky Mount, for Charles E. Johnson, alias Charles E. Jones, defendant appellant.

SHARP, Justice.

Defendant's first assignment of error is that the trial judge erred in overruling his motion to dismiss this prosecution because he had been denied his constitutional right to a speedy trial. The facts upon which defendant bases this motion are not in dispute.

On 1 November 1963, the seventh day after the robbery, Sheriff Womble obtained warrants charging Johnson and McCoy with the crime. At that...

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