April 30, 2014 South Carolina Court of Appeals published opinion

State v McGee

McGee was convicted of murder and burglary. On appeal he challenged an in court identification and admission of evidence about a stolen truck. The panel affirmed. As to the identification, the panel held that because the identification was not made by an eyewitness to a crime, there was no preserved issue to review. The panel affirmed the admission of the truck theft as res gestae given the evidence placed McGee in the area of the crime and provided an explanation for how he obtained the murder weapon.

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