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PARRISH v. THE STATE.
46685.
QUILLIAN, Judge.
Burglary. Walker Superior Court. Before Judge Coker.
1. The appellant contends it was error to fail to grant his motion for a continuance on the ground of the absence of a material witness. The record shows: that the appellant was represented by counsel for several weeks prior to trial; that the appellant failed to inform his counsel that the presence of the witness was necessary and material to his defense; that no subpoena was issued for the witness by the appellant or his attorney. The denial of the motion for a continuance was not error. Code 27-415; Coker v. State, 87 Ga. App. 411 (1) (74 SE2d 12).
2. The remaining enumerations of error are without merit.
Earl B. Self, District Attorney, Ralph Hill, Jr., for appellee.
D. L. Lomenick, Jr., for appellant.
SUBMITTED NOVEMBER 2, 1971 -- DECIDED NOVEMBER 22, 1971.
Friday May 22 16:24 EDT


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