State v. Younts, ___ N.C. App. ___, 803 S.E.2d 641 (Jul. 18, 2017)

In this DWI case, the trial court did not err by failing to intervene ex mero motu when the prosecutor speculated in closing argument about what the defendant’s breathalyzer test would have been an hour before she was actually tested. The court found that the argument at issue was not so grossly improper as to require the trial court to intervene ex mero motu.