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Wisconsin Judges Directory
For immediate release: Monday, September 10, 2001
GOVERNOR APPOINTS DIXON TO NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
(Roseau, MN)--Governor Jesse Ventura today announced the appointment of Donna Dixon to a Ninth Judicial District trial court bench vacancy in Roseau County. The opening occurred with the retirement of the Honorable James Wilson on June 30, 2001. Nine people applied for this vacancy.
Dixon is an attorney in private practice in Warroad and a part-time assistant Ninth Judicial District public defender. She has been a solo practitioner since 1994 and an assistant public defender since 1997. Dixon was an assistant municipal counsel (1987 to 1994) and a prosecutor (1985 to 1987) for the city of Olathe, Kansas and a municipal court prosecutor for the city attorney's office in Wichita, Kansas from 1984 to 1985. Dixon earned her juris doctorate degree from Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kansas in 1984 and her bachelor of arts degree from Washburn University in 1981.
"Donna impressed me with her no nonsense style," Governor Ventura said. "This approach will make her an effective judge. In addition, the combination of her background as a municipal prosecutor, criminal defender and her work in private practice have prepared her for the bench."
Dixon is on the Northwest Mentoring Program Board of Directors, Warroad School Business Advisory Board, Warroad Youth Hockey Extravaganza Benefit Committee and the Warroad Area Women of Today, of which she is currently secretary. Dixon received the Advocacy Achievement Award from Legal Services of Northwest Minnesota in 1997.
Dixon, 42, was born in Salina, Kansas, and resides in Warroad with her husband, Kent, and their two children, Jesse, 12, and Morgan, 10.