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North Carolina v. Bryant

Filed: April 6, 1982.

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
v.
WALTER LEE BRYANT, JR.



Appeal by defendant from Lamm, Judge. Judgment entered 6 May 1981 in Superior Court, Surry County. Heard in the Court of Appeals 10 March 1982.

Wells, Judge. Judges Hill and Becton concur.

Wells

In one of his assignments of error, defendant contends that the trial court erred in allowing the State to cross-examine defendant as to the details of a prior conviction. The following excerpt from the record provides the basis for this assignment:

Q. What have you been tried and convicted of, Mr. Bryant?

A. I have been tried and convicted of a felony.

Q. What felony?

A. What do you mean?

Q. What felony was it that you were convicted of exactly, sir?

A. For stealing a radio out of a police station at Pilot Mountain.

Q. Stealing a radio out of a police station?

A. Yes, sir.

Q. Did you go in the station and ...


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