In re Pers. Restraint of Brockie (Majority)Annotate this Case
Benjamin Brockie was convicted of 2 counts of first degree robbery, 15 counts of first degree kidnapping, and 2 counts of making bomb threats. Brockie asked the Supreme Court to vacate those convictions because the jury was instructed on a means of committing first degree robbery that was not included in the charging information. Since Brockie failed to show actual and substantial prejudice resulting from the erroneous instruction, the court denied his request for relief.