In examining a prospective juror in a homicide case, the court asked him whether he had formed and expressed an opinion as to the guilt or innocence of the prisoner at the bar from having seen the crime committed or having heard any of the evidence delivered on oath. The venireman "shook his head and said no," but added that he had heard the case discussed a good deal and would rather not serve. Held, that he was not disqualified. Smallwood v. State, (Ga. App. 1932) 165 S. E. 476.