State v. Haymond, 203 N.C. App. 151 (Apr. 6, 2010)

Admission of the defendant’s statements did not violate Evidence Rule 410 where it did not appear that the defendant thought that he was negotiating a plea with the prosecuting attorney or with the prosecutor’s express authority when he made the statements at a court hearing. Instead, the statements were made in the course of the defendant’s various requests to the trial court.

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