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Convictions overturned in attack on Foggy Bottom street vendor

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The D.C. Court of Appeals overturned the convictions of a man accused in the high-profile assault and robbery of an elderly street vendor in Foggy Bottom. In tossing out James Dorsey's convictions, the appeals court found that detectives' improper interrogation contributed to Dorsey's decision to confess. On May 3, 2005, a man confronted the street vendor, then an 83-year-old woman, in the...

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