Appellant was indicted for murder and, after a jury trial, was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter. Appellant's earlier appeal was dismissed for failure to file a timely notice of appeal. Watson v. State, 202 Ga. App. 667 (415 SE2d 306) (1992)
. Appellant's instant appeal is pursuant to the trial court's written order granting him an out-of-time appeal.
1. "[A]ppellant raises the general grounds. Our review of the record demonstrates that 'appellant may not successfully contend that the evidence does not support his conviction, because he affirmatively, offered the alternative theory of voluntary manslaughter to the jury. [Cits.] 'Since there is evidence which supports a verdict of guilty of the more serious offense [of murder], and there is slight evidence of the lesser included offense [of voluntary manslaughter], appellant, who requested a charge on and was convicted of the lesser offense, may not successfully urge the general grounds on appeal. (Cit.)' [Cit.]" Ellis v. State, 174 Ga. App. 535 (1) (330 SE2d 764) (1985)
2. The trial court's admission into evidence of three pre-autopsy photographs of the victim's body is enumerated as error.
Contrary to appellant's objection below and his contention on appeal, "[p]re-autopsy photographs which demonstrate the location and nature of the wounds are relevant to the issue of death and may be introduced in evidence even though the photographs are duplicative of expert testimony relating to the cause of death. [Cits.]" (Emphasis supplied.) Baty v. State, 257 Ga. 371
, 375 (7) (359 SE2d 655
Appellant also urges on appeal that one of the photographs was inadmissible because it revealed a "thoracotomy" which had been performed by medical authorities in an attempt to save the victim's life. See generally Heard v. State, 257 Ga. 1
, 2 (2) (354 SE2d 115
) (1987). However, appellant "did not object to the admission of this photograph at trial, on this . . . ground." Taylor v. State, 261 Ga. 287
, 293 (6c) (404 SE2d 255
3. The trial court's failure to give an unrequested instruction on appellant's good character is enumerated.
4. Appellant enumerates the trial court's giving of a charge on flight. " 'After the charge to the jury, defense counsel replied in the negative when asked if there were exceptions to the charge. This action results in a waiver of the right to appeal an error in the charge. [Cit.]' " Deters v. State, 261 Ga. 186
, 187 (4b) (402 SE2d 733
) (1991). Moreover, appellant's trial was held prior to the effective date of the holding of the Supreme Court that it was error to charge on flight. Renner v. State, 260 Ga. 515
, 518 (3b) (397 SE2d 683
) (1990). Thus, even in the absence of waiver, the trial court did not err by instructing the jury on the subject of flight. Sutton v. State, 262 Ga. 181
, 182 (3) (415 SE2d 627
5. Appellant proffered evidence of a prior attack upon him which had been committed by someone other than the victim. The trial court's exclusion of this evidence is enumerated as error.
Appellant urges that this prior attack "is relevant to the issue of the reasonableness of [his] fear of the victim, citing Daniels v. State, 248 Ga. 591 (1) (285 SE2d 516) (1981)
. . . .However, evidence regarding a justification defense should be based solely upon the circumstances which occur between a defendant and the victim. [Cits.] It would be difficult, if not impossible, for the [S]tate to rebut, refute or test as to credibility, evidence of [attack] by third parties." Clenney v. State, 256 Ga. 123
, 124-125 (3) (344 SE2d 216
Under " Hall v. Hopper, 234 Ga. , 630-632 (216 SE2d 839
) (1975), we are not bound by [ Daniels, supra]; insofar as it conflicts with [ Clenney], supra, it must yield to that ruling which 'being later in time is the more persuasive decision.' [Cits.]" Goss v. Bayer, 184 Ga. App. 730
, 731-732 (2) (362 SE2d 768
To the extent that Clenney has been overruled by Chandler v. State, 261 Ga. 402
, 407 (3b) (405 SE2d 669
) (1991), the instant case is unaffected and a reversal is not mandated. First, Chandler overrules Clenney only as to the admission of "evidence of specific acts of violence by a victim against third persons . . . where the defendant claims justification." (Emphasis supplied.) Chandler v. State, supra at 407 (3b). Chandler does not authorize the admission of specific acts of violence against the defendant by a third party. Secondly, the instant case was tried prior to the effective date of the Chandler rule. King v. State, 202 Ga. App. 817
, 818, fn. 1 (415 SE2d 684