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North Carolina v. Ingram

Filed: December 15, 1981.

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
v.
CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY INGRAM



Appeal by defendant from Rousseau, Judge. Judgment entered 3 December 1980 in Superior Court, Stanly County. Heard in the Court of Appeals 14 October 1981.

Webb, Judge. Judges Martin (Robert M.) and Wells concur.

Webb

The defendant assigns error to the court's allowing the jury to examine the exhibits in the jury box while a guilty plea was being taken. He contends that the taking of a guilty plea engendered an atmosphere of guilt finding in the courtroom which was prejudicial to the defendant. We cannot so hold. There is nothing in the record to show that the traffic case in which a guilty plea was accepted in any way related to the case upon which the jury was deliberating. We cannot conclude the jury heard anything which would affect their deliberations.

We have examined defendant's other assignments of error and find them to be without merit.

No error.

Disposition

No error.

19811215

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