The late Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes once defined law as a “prophesy (or prediction) of what the courts will do”. After extended and intimate professional involvement with the criminal law and it’s processes, Mr. Hixson understands the practical application of this definition to teens and young adults, particularly in these times. Predicting and managing the outcome of cases is increasingly difficult and challenging in our time. This may be traced to many factors, including rapid technological, cultural, legal and political changes. Mr. Hixson believes that one of the unchanging keys to navigating these often turbulent waters is a focus on fairness and honesty. Continuous change makes it tempting for younger people and their parents to abandon hope in the face of seemingly innumerable barriers. However, every client and every litigant has a reasonable expectation, and should demand, a of measure fairness and honesty from the court in the resolution of a case. While no one can ever guarantee the outcome of a legal proceeding, Mr. Hixson is dedicated to seeing that each of our clients are treated fairly and honestly by the prosecution and the court.
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