1. Considering the affidavit of the officer and his further sworn testimony before the issuing magistrate, the evidence was sufficient under the rulings in Campbell v. State, 226 Ga. 883 (178 SE2d 257)
, Johnston v. State, 227 Ga. 387 (181 SE2d 42)
and Moore v. State, 130 Ga. App. 184 (202 SE2d 555)
to authorize the issuance of the search warrant. The lower court did not err in overruling the motion to suppress the evidence obtained in the search.
2. The evidence in the record shows that subject's automobile was stopped for speeding and a case was made for expired inspection sticker. One of the officers observed some green leafy material and what appeared to him to be marijuana seed in the back floorboard and seat of the car, which was in plain sight through the open door of the car. The officer instructed the subject as to his constitutional rights. Permission was given by defendant to search the trunk of the car; in fact defendant himself opened same. A small amount of marijuana was found in the trunk.
William Wilson, District Attorney, Clarence L. Leathers, Jr., for appellee.