allowing admission of bag containing sheet of black plastic upon which murder victim was found on basis that its probative value, in supporting state's theory that the defendant had attempted to conceal and dispose of the body, was greater than any prejudice resulting from its "strong, nauseating odor which permeated the court room"Summary of this case from Taylor v. Commonwealth
DECIDED OCTOBER 7, 1980.
Divorce judgment set aside. Clayton Superior Court. Before Judge Miller.
Grace W. Thomas, for appellant.
Monroe Ferguson, for appellee.
Appellant has not followed the appeal procedures required by law in domestic relations cases (Ga. Laws 1979, p. 619; Code Ann. § 6-701.1).
Appeal dismissed. All the Justices concur.