Delighted to leave a review.
Clayton Simms represented our son who fell in with boys I can only describe as being like Pinnocchio's friends. Merrily they all did this and that. (Our son had already confessed to all.)
During court Clayton Simms announced he would take our son up the hill to let him explain to the man in charge how all he had done wrong (breaking and entering, stealing) had been done. Putting our son in a little bit of a position of power, instead of powerlessness.
He gave our son the ability to help heal and solve that painful puzzle. And he gave the place he committed misdeeds a heads-up, a way to avoid other such mischief by others.
Fine, fine lawyer, what every good judge welcomes in his courtroom---someone keeping his eyes on all-important things the judge himself could possibly miss: a child's sometimes odd and unique needs, a child's apparent and non-apparent reasons for his mistakes; and finally, a firm, basic assessment of proper blame---and possible, surprising, important, solutions.
Recommended----one hundred percent!