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Dixie's Last Stand: Was It Murder or Self-Defense? Kindle Edition
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Its going to be strange to use the word "fortune" in a true crime review, however, I did have the good fortune of not knowing one thing about this case before picking up the book. I've never heard about the case, nor did I read any of the reviews beforehand. So I wasn't sure if she was convicted of killing her husband or not. For me, that in itself made the experience more riveting. However, the very best thing about reading this book was the very skillful way the author chose to unfold the events and relay the facts of the case for a reader like me. Most impressive!
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Overall, this book is extremely compelling, well crafted and will stir up all kinds of emotions, feelings and opinions. I really look forward to reading more from this author. Highly recommend it!
First, we can all agree that poor Dixie is not the brightest bulb in the pack. The fact that she could have put away her husband numerous times and decided to drop the charges is our initial introduction to this strange person. Leaving the body in the bedroom….enough said. Passing up the plea bargain and her attitude and activities while in prison really brings one to scratching their head. Okay, she rolled the dice and went for the not guilty; but was she made aware of what she faced if found guilty. If so, a pretty stupid choice. If not, a pretty stupid defense attorney.
Let's get off Dixie and discuss her defense. No where in the book does is it mention a possible appeal based on Inadequate Representation. When Dixie was testifying about her actions during the shooting of her husband, I would assume that her attorney was fully versed in what she was going to say. Why would he allow her to state obvious lies on the witness stand. Why wouldn't he either stop her from testifying or work out her testimony around the evidence? The husband was sleeping in his bed. Facing away from Dixie. He was shot in the back of the head. Clear as day but yet Dixie's attorney let her tell her tale of implausibility and contradiction.
Dixie, try to behave in prison so you can get out of there.