No. 6919SC306.

167 S.E.2d 824 (1969)

5 N.C. App. 226

STATE of North Carolina v. Freddie Thomas GRIFFIN.

Court of Appeals of North Carolina.

June 18, 1969.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Atty. Gen. Robert Morgan, and Asst. Atty. Gen. George A. Goodwyn, for the State.

Graham M. Carlton, Salisbury, for defendant appellant.

BRITT, Judge.

Defendant's only assignment of error relates to one of the questions asked the defendant by the trial judge in determining if the pleas were knowingly and understandingly made. The question was: "Do you understand that upon your plea of guilty you could be imprisoned for as much as four years?" Defendant contends that on his pleas he could have been imprisoned for as much as eight years.

Admittedly, the trial court incorrectly stated the maximum...

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