State v. Marsh, 229 N.C. App. 606 (Sept. 17, 2013)

The defendant’s MAR claim was without merit where it alleged ineffective assistance because of counsel’s failure to assert that extraneous information had been presented to the jury. The court found that evidence proffered from a juror was not “extraneous prejudicial information” and thus was inadmissible under N.C.R. Evid. 606(b).