Case Facts: State V. Welch

503 Words3 Pages
State v. Welch, Court of Appeals of North Carolina, 1999 Facts: 1. Defendant (D) Theondray Ozell Welch charged with second degree murder. 2. D1 found guilty as charged in Trial Court. 3. No other lower court proceedings apparent from text. 4. D1 is the appellant before the Court of Appeals of North Carolina. 5. “Defendant Theondray Ozell Welch was indicted on 3 February 1997 for first-degree murder in the stabbing death of Marina Lemmons. At trial, the State's evidence tended to show that defendant and 19-year-old Marina Lemmons were living together at 543 Ryan Avenue in Sanford, North Carolina. At approximately 6:34 p.m. on the evening of 17 December 1996, defendant and Lemmons arrived at the emergency room of Central

More about Case Facts: State V. Welch

Open Document