Robin Andrew Dunn appeals the judgment sentencing him to prison after a jury found him guilty of committing sex crimes against an eight-year-old relative and infecting her with syphilis. Dunn contends the judgment must be reversed because (1) the trial court abused its discretion in denying his motion for mistrial, which was based upon the failure of his retained expert witness to appear at trial and (2) trial counsel provided ineffective assistance by failing to subpoena the expert witness to appear at trial. We reject these contentions and affirm the judgment.
- Taitz v. Dunn, Cal.App.4th, G045351, WL 1511747 Nonpublished/Nonciteable, (Cal. Rules of Court, Rules 976, 977) (Cal.App 4 Dist. 2012) (Counsel for Defendant Damon Dunn)
- Clark v. McCann, 243 Cal.App.4th 910 (Cal.App 4 Dist. 2015) (Counsel for Defendant John McCann)
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