Bowen v. State

In Bowen v. State, 322 Ark. 483, 911 S.W.2d 555 (1995), the supreme court stated that absent contemporaneous objection at the trial, it would not review the prosecution's closing argument unless it was so flagrantly improper and so highly prejudicial in character as to have made it the duty of the Court on its own motion to instruct the jury not to consider it.