August 8, 2014
- 110 Criminal Law
- 110XVII Evidence
- 110XVII(R) Opinion Evidence
- 110k459 Nature, condition, relation, and identity of objects
A witness, who has drunk of a beer and experienced the effects on himself may express an opinion that it is intoxicating, though he does not profess to be an expert, and disclaims that the quantity which he drank produced intoxication.
Wilcox v. State, 69 S.E. 1086, (Ga. App. 1911)