State v. Storm, 228 N.C. App. 272 (Jul. 2, 2013)

In a murder case, the trial court was not required to intervene ex mero motu when the prosecutor argued to the jury that depression might make you suicidal but it “doesn’t make you homicidal.” The defendant’s witness had testified that depression can make a person suicidal. In context, the prosecutor’s argument attacked the relevance, weight, and credibility of that testimony.