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North Carolina v. Jones

Filed: November 3, 1981.

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
v.
JAMES ARTHUR JONES



Appeal by defendant from Battle, Judge. Judgment entered 20 November 1980 in Superior Court, Scotland County. Heard in the Court of Appeals 20 October 1981.

Vaughn, Judge. Judges Hill and Whichard concur.

Vaughn

Defendant brings forward two assignments of error which relate to exceptions to rulings of the trial judge during the examination of medical experts. Neither discloses prejudicial error.

Dr. Richard Paige Hudson, Jr., Chief Medical Examiner for North Carolina, testified for the State. As a specialist in forensic pathology, he was called in to examine Adleaner Jones who was

suffering from peripheral neuropathy. Defendant objects to the following testimony:

"Q: . . . Doctor Hudson, in your investigation did you consult the medical history of Mrs. Adleanor Jones?

A: I did.

Q: . . . based upon your physical examination and your consultation of her medical history, do you have an opinion satisfactory to yourself as to the origin of the malaise from which she suffered as you saw her there in North Carolina Memorial Hospital?

Objection overruled.

A: Yes Sir.

Q: What is your ...


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