A Representative List of James Dixon’s Appeals


  • Driver of getaway vehicle not liable as accomplice despite knowledge that robbery had just occurred; client’s conviction reversed and case dismissed. State v. Robinson, 73 Wn. App. 851 (1994).
  • Client’s six drug convictions reversed where court failed to protect a defendant’s right to a public hearing. State v. Bone-Club, 128 Wn.2d 254 (1995).
  • Client’s four convictions for vehicular assault reversed based on prosecutorial misconduct. State v. Easter, 130 Wn.2d 228 (1996).
  • Client’s conviction for child rape reversed where State relied on unreliable hearsay from the child’s therapist; conviction reversed. State v. D., 89 Wn. App. 77 (1997).
  • Client’s five year exceptional sentence based on future dangerousness reversed and 90 day sentence imposed. State v. Halgren, 137 Wn.2d 340 (1999).
  • Client’s conspiracy convictions reversed based on a double jeopardy violation. State v. Bobic, 140 Wn.2d 250 (2000).
  • Client’s murder conviction reversed based on admission of improper character evidence. State v. Everybodytalksabout, 145 Wn.2d 456 (2002).

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