Aug 24, 2016

McMullens motel shooting suspect Maxx Robison's preliminary hearing vacated

McMullens Motel shooting suspect's preliminary hearing on August 30 has been vacated after a defense motion for a continuance was granted this afternoon.

A disposition and reset hearing is scheduled for October 12.

Deputy District Attorney Roger Rees was present for the People. Public Defender Ms. Jennifer Dixon is representing Robison.

In the defense motion, the defense said that the Public Defender's office had technical issues with accessing substantial discovery given on August 1; they had received additional discovery this week and their investigator was unavailable due to medical issues until recently.

The court granted the defense motion. Robison entered a 60 day time waiver today.

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