This Note will discuss how other jurisdictions have attempted to deal with recanted testimony and the criticisms directed toward these methods. This Note will further discuss why the modified version of the Larrison rule, as adopted by the North Carolina Supreme Court, is immune from these same criticisms. With Britt, the court seems to have adopted Larrison's positive principles without adding fuel to the conflict that decision created.
Walter L. Jones, Criminal Procedure - North Carolina's New Approach to Recanted Testimony - State v. Britt, 11 Campbell L. Rev. 57 (1988).