Appellant, convicted by a jury of child molestation, raises the general grounds, the court's allowing the seven-year-old female victim to testify, and the court's failure to charge on the defense of alibi. We affirm.
1. The evidence was sufficient to support the verdict.
3. As to appellant's enumeration of error concerning the court's failure, without request, to charge on alibi, the following holding controls: "[T]he evidence, construed most favorably for the [defendant], did not reasonably exclude the possibility of the presence of the defendant at the scene of the [offense]; and therefore it was not error to fail to charge without request the law of alibi, since 'alibi as a defense involves the impossibility of the prisoner's presence at the scene of the offense at the time of its commission.' " Weaver v. State, 199 Ga. 267, 269-270 (34 SE2d 163) (1945).
R. Allen Hunt, for appellant.