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Category:2009 video games Category:Criterion games Category:Burnout video games Category:Video games developed in the United Kingdom Category:Windows games Category:Windows-only games Category:World Rally Championship video games 666 S.E.2d 868 (2008) CHRISTIAN v. The STATE. No. A08A0474. Court of Appeals of Georgia. June 30, 2008. *869 Felicia M. Watson, for appellant. Paul L. Howard, Jr., District Attorney, Bettieanne C. Hart, Dorothea H. Van Wey, Assistant District Attorneys, for appellee. ELLINGTON, Judge. Steven Christian appeals his convictions for criminal trespass and possession of marijuana. Christian claims that the trial court erred in denying his motion to suppress evidence, in allowing evidence of Christian's past drug convictions to be used in aggravation at the sentencing phase of trial, and in failing to merge the criminal trespass conviction into the possession of marijuana conviction. For the reasons set forth below, we reverse in part and affirm in part. Christian moved to suppress evidence obtained during the search of his car, claiming that police officers did not have probable cause to stop him and search his vehicle. A hearing was held, and the trial court denied the motion. In an order entered on March 13, 2007, the trial court found: The Court finds that probable cause existed to stop the defendant's vehicle at the time of the stop for the offense of failure to signal, and that the search of the vehicle and of the defendant was based upon a proper search incident to arrest. On April 5, 2007, Christian was tried on charges of criminal trespass and possession of marijuana. After the State presented its case, Christian moved to exclude any evidence of his prior convictions for similar acts. Christian argued that the evidence should be excluded because the State failed to give reasonable notice, and also because the evidence should be excluded as more prejudicial than probative. The trial court denied the motion, but the trial court did instruct the State to limit its questioning of witnesses as to such evidence. The jury found Christian guilty on both counts. In a separate sentencing hearing, Christian objected to the introduction of his prior drug convictions and the trial court admitted the evidence. The trial court sentenced Christian to ten years imprisonment, and this appeal followed. 1. In two enumerations of error, Christian claims that the trial court erred in




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