Defendant was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to be electrocuted. He now claims he was denied a fair trial as the attorney appointed by the circuit court to defend him was inexperienced, having practiced only thirteen months. Held, that inasmuch as the nature and extent of the attorney's practice was not shown and the record showed the defense was carried on in a highly creditable manner, the inexperience of defendant's attorney was not a denial of a fair trial. McGuire v. State, ( Ark. 1934) 74 S. w. (2d) 235.