Oct 21, 2016

Jail access motion withdrawn for now, setting for Maxx Robison continued to December 14

A motion regarding laptop access into the jail and setting for preliminary was scheduled this afternoon for Maxx Robison.

Public Defender Ms. Jennifer Dixon told Judge Joyce Hinrichs, "I am withdrawing my motion for electronic access without prejudice."

"A concerted effort has been made between the Jail, County Counsel, and the Public Defender's office and the IT Department has remedied the problem."

Ms. Dixon said she had discussed the matter with Deputy District Attorney Roger Rees, who is prosecuting the case. Since most of the case is electronic. they discussed a six week disposition and reset hearing.

IT is working with Public Defender's office, County Counsel and the jail  to remedy the situation,

Deputy DA Carolyn Schaffer was present for the People. She was subbing in for Mr. Rees on this case today.

Setting is now rescheduled for December 14 at 10:15 a.m.

Oct 12, 2016

McCullens motel shooting suspect preliminary date to be set after jail access decision on electronic discovery is decided

McMullen's motel shooting suspect, Maxx Robison, had a setting date today for his preliminary. That got put over to October 20 at 2 p.m. since a petition by his attorney, Ms. Jennifer Dixon has yet to be decided.
She had requested a court order for jail access for a computer to be brought in. "Mr. Robison has information on his case which is mostly electronic discovery."

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