The defendant was charged with criminal homicide but the grand jury refused to find a true bill. Two more bills were sent to the grand jury, identical in terms with the first. The third was returned a true bill. Defendant claimed error in overruling his motion to quash the indictment. Held, the motion to quash the indictment should have been granted as the subsequent bills were improper. State v. Ledford, (N. C. 1932) 166 S. E. 917.